anonymous
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In the Odyssey, why does Eurycleia wash the feet of the beggar? A. She thinks that perhaps the beggar is her long-lost husband, Achilles. B. The beggar reminds her of Odysseus, and she suspects that it is him. C. She wants to impress Penelope with her kindness to the stranger. D. The beggar threatens to hurt her if she doesn't wash his feet.
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