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What is ironic about Eumaeus offering Ulysses to come into his home and eat a meal?

A

Eumaeus believes Ulysses is dead and is secretly courting Penelope.

B

Eumaeus usually does not help strangers, especially those that look like beggars.

C

Eumaeus does not realize he is offering help to the very master who gave him the means by which to show a stranger hospitality.

D

Eumaeus is actually Minerva in disguise and is trying to help provide Ulysses with protection and advice.

E

Eumaeus' offer conceals malicious intentions that blindside the normally vigilant Ulysses.

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