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How does Nausicaa's opinion of Ulysses change from when she first sees him to when she decides to offer him further assistance and advice?
She thinks he is arrogant but decides it is justified because he must have royal blood.
She thinks he is insane and dangerous, but then decides he is just delirious from his travels.
She initially finds him attractive and as she spends more time with him thinks he could even be marriage material.
She initially finds him plain but then begins to think that he is handsome and perhaps sent by the gods.
She thinks he is a god and is happy to have him as a visitor, but worries others will not treat him kindly and will offend him.