THE BEGGAR AT THE MANOR
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Woof woof (I'm better than all of you!)
Bork Bork (I miss Odysseus, when will he be back?)
Ew... I'm not taking care of that trash!
Eumaeus explains to Odysseus, disguised as the beggar, that during the time that Odysseus left to fight at Troy, Argos used to be strong and superior compared to the dogs around him.
Eumaeus further explains about how Argos has grown old since Odysseus has been gone and misses Odysseus as he hasn't seen him in 20 years.
Eumaeus finishes his dialogue by stating that Odysseus is at the last leg of his life and is dying, and none of the women slaves will take care of him.
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