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Why does Eumaeus say he will not give Ulysses a cloak to keep?

A

He thinks Ulysses is an undeserving beggar and is only there to take advantage of the hospitality.

B

He wants to ask Penelope first because she is the mistress of the estate.

C

He is so poor now that does not even have a cloak for himself.

D

He fears his cloak is too old and will offend the guest, who may be a god in disguise.

E

He had none to spare, but will ask Telemachus for one when he returns.

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