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In the Odyssey, why is Penelope initially "aloof" and hard-hearted after she learns that the beggar is Odysseus in disguise? a. She is wary of strangers who might falsely claim to be her husband. b. She is confused because she has already buried the body of her husband. c. She is angry at her husband for being gone so long. d. She is afraid that her husband will be angry at her for remarrying.

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FlorineCrayton

The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "a. She is wary of strangers who might falsely claim to be her husband." In the Odyssey, Penelope initially "aloof" and hard-hearted after she learns that the beggar is Odysseus in disguise because she is wary of strangers who might falsely claim to be her husband.

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