Argus, Odysseus's dog.
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-Imagery: 'He lay at last on a pile of dung before the gates.'-
-Imagery: 'The owner is dead in a far place.'-
-Metaphor: 'You'd see him swift and strong, he never shrank from any savage thing.'-
-Metaphor: 'Now misery has him in leash.'-
-Metaphor: 'Half the manhood of a man, that day slavery became.'-