Which of the following incidents from "The Contest” by Arthur Conan Doyle most clearly depicts Nero as a despotic ruler surrounded by assistants who adamantly seek to please him?
Nero's decision to take part in the Greek singing competition to prove that he is also gifted artistically
the presence of experts who train Nero and accompany him to the singing competition
Policles's chastisement of the audience after Nero's performance, followed by his decision to participate
Nero's followers who rig the contest by applauding his terrible performance and ignoring worthier singers
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.Nero's belief that he has upheld Roman pride by winning the Chaplet of Olympia in a rigged contest