15-19 (tr. Hugh Lloyd-Jones):
But from now on your task is to help me,
and to see where in this place there is a cave with two mouths,
such that when it is cold there is a double seat in the sun, and in summer a breeze wafts sleep through the cavern with its opening at both ends.
ἀλλ᾿ ἔργον ἤδη σὸν τὰ λοίφ᾿ ὑπηρετεῖν,
σκοπεῖν θ᾿ ὅπου ᾿στ᾿ ἐνταῦθα δίστομος πέτρα
τοιάδ᾿, ἵν᾿ ἐν ψύχει μὲν ἡλίου διπλῆ
πάρεστιν ἐνθάκησις, ἐν θέρει δ᾿ ὕπνον
δι᾿ ἀμφιτρῆτος αὐλίου πέμπει πνοή.
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Odysseus describes the cave like a house-agent ...