In this passage, the author's viewpoint is that the situation causes people to act in ways that are unfeeling and disrespectful toward those who have died. What evidence supports this viewpoint? Select two options.
“The living were glad. They would have more room.”
“Volunteers began the task.”
“They touched those who had remained on the ground.”
“Here’s one! Take him!”
“Then, two ‘gravediggers’ grabbed him by the head and feet and threw him from the wagon, like a sack of flour.”
hot and dry
i need 20 things so this was just randomly added. hot and dry is the answer
answer: may i ask who shelly is?
in my opinion i think it was not excessive at all. the maids turned against the queen in his absence, how could he ever trust them again? if he let them go they would surely spread the news of the suitor's deaths, which is much too risky. as for the suitors, they were selfish, rude, and greedy. the god's had apparently marked them for death, meaning odysseus made their death come faster.