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kasihnailah97
2016-09-24 13:54:36
The phrase “Elysian fields” was derived from the myth referred in these sentences: In Greek and Roman mythology, Elysium was the place of rest for the dead who were blessed by the gods. Originally, only heroes whom the gods had made immortal went to Elysium. Eventually, it became the destination of anyone who had lived a righteous life. What is the most likely meaning of the term "Elysian fields" when used figuratively? a stretch of green lawn a state of perfect satisfaction a problematic situation an intellectual discussion
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heavygorilla660
2016-09-24 15:15:38

I would think it is a state of perfect satisfaction

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