Read the excerpt from part 1 of the odyssey by homer. they fell in, soon enough, with lotus-eaters, who showed no will to do us harm, only offering the sweet lotus to our friends— but those who ate this honeyed plant, the lotus, never cared to report, nor to return: they longed to stay forever, browsing on that native bloom, forgetful of their homeland. i drove them, all three wailing, to the ships, tied them down under their rowing benches, and called the rest: all hands aboard; come, clear the beach and no one taste the lotus, or you lose your hope of home. which line from the excerpt supports the conclusion that odysseus cares for his men?
If this is not the line they're looking for, perhaps the "I drove them" will be the correct answer
"I drove them, all three wailing, to the ships, "
Odysseus was happy in his home with his wife and son, the last thing Odysseus wanted was to have to leave his son, his wife and his house to go to war where he was not sure if he would return home, or when he would return . However, Odysseus overcomes his own wills to lead his men to battle against the Greeks. Even though Odysseus did not want to leave his house he decides to condition his men because he cares for them.
D) I drove them, all three wailing, to the ships,
i think the answer is second