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When Ulysses returns to the Aeolian island, Aeolus believes he must be cursed by the gods.
Why does this make Aeolus decide not to help Ulysses?
Aeolus decides Ulysses must be an evildoer who may cause him harm.
Aeolus wants to punish Ulysses because he squandered the present given to him by Aeolus.
Aeolus feels he has already fulfilled his duty to his guest.
Aeolus uses his belief in Ulysses's curse as an excuse not to have to spend more of his time and wealth on a stranger.
Aeolus fears that helping someone the gods hate will bring the gods' displeasure down on him as well.