Nestor loves Diomedes' speech - he is as good in debate as he is in battle
You are NESTOR. You congratulate Diomedes on his good sense. Over a meal - at Agamemnon's expense and in his hut - you outline your proposal: Agamemnon was wrong to insult Achilles. He was wrong to take his girl, Briseis. He must now, belatedly, apologise and make a peace-offering.

How does Agamemnon react?

Humbly?      Arrogantly?      Foolishly?
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