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When Ulysses reaches Hades, he follows Circe's directions by making an offering to the ghosts and to Teiresias. The ghosts cannot partake in the offering until Teiresias gives Ulysses his advice.

Why is this making this offering a difficult task for Ulysses?


The ghosts have superhuman strength.


Some of the ghosts are Ulysses' friends and family.


The screaming of the ghosts makes it hard for Ulysses to concentrate.


Some of the ghosts threaten to drag Ulysses and his men into the underworld.


The ghosts prevent Teiresias from approaching Ulysses.

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