Read the excerpt from a letter Cicero wrote about Caesar’s visit. Well, I have no reason after all to repent my formidable guest
! For he made himself exceedingly pleasant. But on his arrival at the villa of Philippus on the evening of the second day of the Saturnalia, the villa was so choke-full of soldiers that there was scarcely a dining-room left for Caesar himself to dine in. . . . However, he is not a guest to whom one would say, "Pray look me up again on your way back." Once is enough. We didn't say a word about politics. There was plenty of literary talk. In short, he was pleased and enjoyed himself. –“Selected Letters,” Marcus Tullius Cicero Which statement best summarizes the central idea of the letter? Caesar was an annoying guest, but Cicero was still happy to have him. Caesar had interesting ideas about politics that caused Cicero to become angry with him. Caesar was a pleasant guest, but Cicero had no desire to invite him again. Cicero plans to see Caesar again to discuss the future of Rome.