In book 16 which two suitors argue against antinous regarding killing telemachus? what are their arguments and what is their motivation
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Amphinomous suggests that killing Telemachus would not be prudent; when Penelope finds out that Antinuous had mad the "killing" suggestion, Eurymachus calms her fears. Their motivation is to try to look "agreeable" and "reasonable" so that when one of them can claim Penelope's hand in marriage, no one will be upset.