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Which is the best paraphrase of this excerpt from "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer"?

. . . all his men / Looked at each other with a wild surmise—/ Silent . . . (1 point)

* All his men looked at one another in silent surprise.
* All his men looked at one another, guessing wildly and struck silent.
* All his men looked at one another wildly, trying to guess why they were so silent.
* All his men looked at one another silently and wildly.

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