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As Laertes, Ulysses, and Telemachus prepare to face the suitors’ families, Laertes remarks

"Good heavens," he exclaimed, "what a day I am enjoying: I do indeed rejoice at it. My son and grandson are vying with one another in the matter of valour."

What makes Laertes proud?

A

That his son and grandson are both home and working together.

B

That his son and grandson both display the virtues of humility and generosity.

C

That his son and grandson are competing over providing him the easiest retirement.

D

That his son and grandson are eager to display the most courage in battle.

E

That his son and grandson have accepted their fate and will flee for their crimes.

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