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Odysseus heads for town with Eumaeus. Outside the palace Odysseus' old dog Argus is lying at rest as his master approaches.
Argus heard Odysseus' voice and did his best to wag his tail, nose down, with flattened ears having no strength to move.
Odysseus tells Eumaeus about Argus.
A hunter owned him, but the man is dead in some far place. And no servants will want to take him.
You know how servants are, without a master they have no will to labor or excel.
Eumaeus crossed the court and went straight forward into the megaron among the suitors.
The eyes of Argus , who had seen his master, Odysseus after twenty years.
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