The correct answer is option a. "Both struggle with fear and discomfort". In the classic novel "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson, the butler Mr. Poole goes to Mr. Utterson house looking for help, because he was worried for his master Dr. Jekyll who locked himself in his room. Mr. Utterson had the same felling of fear and discomfort when Mr. Poole told the story of Dr. Jekyll changing his voice and transforming to the monster Mr Hyde.
Answer:The cyclops Polyphemus traps Odysseus and his men in a cave, behind an enormous rock. Only the cyclops is strong enough to move the rock, so Odysseus can't escape. ... While the cyclops is out with his sheep, Odysseus sharpens a piece of wood into a stake and hardens it in the fire.