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How does Ulysses, still disguised as a beggar, attempt to gain the swineherd's trust in his assertion that Ulysses will return home?
He reveals his true identity to the swineherd.
He gives the swineherd a piece of gold.
He summons Minerva to appear before them.
He promises he will not become one of Penelope's suitors.
He asks for nothing in return until Ulysses actually arrives.