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" Now whosoever of them did eat the honey-sweet fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way. "
A history of ancient geography - Page 28
by Henry Fanshawe Tozer - 1897 - 387 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 37

Biography & Autobiography - 1894
...fruit of the lotus had no more wish to bring tidings nor to corne back, but there he chose to abide with the lotuseating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way." The date of Djerba is excellent, and the island is the first place where it forms...
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The Odyssey of Homer

Homer - Odysseus (Greek mythology) - 1879 - 416 pages
...taste. Now whosoever of them did eat the honey-sweet fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but chose rather to abide...lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of returning. Therefore I led them back to the ships weeping, and sore against their will, and dragged...
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The Odyssey, done into Engl. prose by S.H. Butcher and A. Lang

Homerus - 1879
...fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way. Therefore I led them back to the ships weeping, and sore against their will, and...
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The Antiquary, Volume 13

Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson - Archaeology - 1886
...fruit of the lotus had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way." The ordinary landing-place is on the north side of the island, close to the modern...
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The World's Literature: A Course in English for Colleges and High ..., Volume 1

Mary Elizabeth Burt - Literature - 1890
...fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way. Therefore I led them back to the ships weeping, and sore against their will, and...
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Handbook to the Mediterranean: Its Cities, Coasts and Islands, Part 1

John Murray (Firm) - Mediterranean Region - 1890
...fruit of the lotus had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotuseating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way." Most writers have been content to follow Shaw, who identifies it as the Seedra of...
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Handbook for travellers in Algeria and Tunis: Algiers, Oran, Tlemcen, Bougie ...

Sir Robert Lambert Playfair - History - 1891 - 361 pages
...fruit of the lotus had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way. " Most writers have been content to follow Shaw, who identifies it as the Seedra...
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Arcades & comus

J Milton - 1891 - 208 pages
...fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way" (Butcher and Lang). Plato has a fine metaphorical application of the story in the...
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Milton's Arcades and Comus: With Introduction, Notes and Indexes

John Milton - 1891 - 208 pages
...fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotus-eating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way" (Butcher and Lang). Plato has a fine metaphorical application of the story in the...
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Six Centuries of English Poetry: Tennyson to Chaucer : Typical Selections ...

James Baldwin - English poetry - 1892 - 308 pages
...fruit of the lotus, had no more wish to bring tidings nor to come back, but there he chose to abide with the lotuseating men, ever feeding on the lotus, and forgetful of his homeward way. Therefore I led them back to the ships weeping, and sore against their will, and...
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