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Even after Ulysses is told by the young shepherd that he is in Ithaca, he still makes up a story to conceal his identity. What does this demonstrate about Ulysses?
He is incapable of telling the truth.
He never lets down his guard.
He is unable to forget Calypso's tricks.
He has forgotten how to be brave.
He fears Neptune's revenge.