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Who says the following and why? "So I rule all this wealth with no great joy. You must have heard my story from your fathers, whoever they are—what hardships I endured, how I lost this handsome palace built for the ages, filled to its depths with hoards of gorgeous things." Telemachus is lamenting the loss of his wealth to the suitors. Nestor is remembering how much better his old palace was. Menelaus is

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