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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Greek and Roman Mythology
Level: Grade 10
Tags: Rhetorical Question
Author: Houlee
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Grade 10 Greek and Roman Mythology

Of the following lines (spoken by Creon to Haimon) which is the best example of a Rhetorical Question?
  1. But if his sons fail him, if they turn out unprofitably, what has he fathered but trouble for himself and amusement for the malicious?
  2. Have you come here hating me, or have you come with deference and with love whatever I do?
  3. You consider it right for a man of my years and experience to go to school to a boy?
  4. You think it right to stand up for an anarchist?
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