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Why does Alcinous finally ask that his guest (Ulysses) reveal his identity?
He is suspicious that his guest is an untrustworthy merchant.
He is curious why his guest looks so handsome and god-like.
He is curious why his guest is weeping during the bard's song.
He wants to offer a sacrifice in his guest's honor.
He is insulted by his guest's behavior.