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" Perverse mankind ! whose wills, created free, Charge all their woes on absolute decree ; All to the dooming gods their guilt translate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of Fate. "
The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: including the series ... - Page 167
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Lettre critique sur le Dictionaire de Bayle, Volume 2

Laurent Josse Leclerc - 1826 - 456 pages
...for he introduces the gods complaining of this injustice of men : Perverse mankind ! whose witls- created free, Charge all their woes on absolute decree...the dooming gods their guilt translate, And follies arc miscall'd the crimes of fate.* POPE. La Fontaine hath ingeniously described the same injustice,...
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - Greek poetry - 1806
...revolving in his breast, Whom young Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a blood-polluted ghost : 40 Perverse mankind! whose wills, created free, Charge...translate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of fate. 44 When to his lust Egysthus gave the rein, 45 Did fate, or we, th' adult'rous act constrain? Did fate,...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - History - 1807
...revolving in his breast, Whom young Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a blood-polluted ghost. 40 Perverse mankind ! whose wills created free, Charge...are miscall'd the crimes of fate. When to his lust Jigysthus gave the rein, IS Hermes I sent, while yet his soul remain'd Sincere from royal blood, and...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1807
...revolving in his breast, Whom young Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a blood-polluted ghost. 4o Perverse mankind ! whose wills, created free, Charge...absolute decree ; All to the dooming gods their guilt trauslate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of fate. When to his lust .'Eeysthus gave the rein,...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman poets, Volume 3, Part 1

Literary Criticism - 1813
...: The' assembly thus the sire supreme address'd, Egysthus' fate revolving in his breast, Whom yonng Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a blood-polluted...his lust Egysthus gave the rein, Did fate, or we, the' adulterous act constrain ? Did fate, or we, when great Atrides died, Urge the bold traitor to...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 3

Greek literature - 1813
...couven'd the gods : The' assembly thus the sire supreme address'd, Egysthus' fate revolving in his breast, Whom young Orestes to the dreary coast Of...Charge. all their woes on absolute decree ; All to (he dooming gods their guilt translate, And tollies are miscall'd the crimes of fate. When to his lust...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...gods : The' assembly thus the sire supreme address'd, Egysthus' fate revolving in his breast, When young Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a...his lust Egysthus gave the rein, Did Fate, or we, the' adulterous act constrain ? Did Fate, or we, when great Atrides died, Urge the bold traitor to...
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A treatise on Christian doctrine: compiled from the Holy Scriptures alone

John Milton - Theology, Doctrinal - 1825 - 163 pages
...yog <paai xdx tfjifjiivar oi 8s xai avioi roLadakiyoiv, vntg /jo'pov, aA^f' t%ov<siv. Odyss. I. 32. Perverse mankind ! whose wills, created free, Charge...translate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of fate. Book 1. 1. 40. Pope's Translation. * ...... to themselves AH glory arrogate, to God give none ; Rather...
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An Historical and Critical Dictionary, Volume 2

Pierre Bayle - Biography - 1826
...was not ignorant of this fault, for he introduces the gods complaining of this injustice of men : Perverse mankind ! whose wills, created free, Charge...translate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of fate.* POPE. La Fontaine hath ingeniously described the same injustice, but may it not be pretended, that...
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An historical and critical dictionary, selected and abridged, Volume 2

Pierre Bayle - 1826
...was not ignorant of this fault, for he introduces the gods complaining of this injustice of men: Perverse mankind ! whose wills, created free, Charge all their woes on absolute decree ; All to tlte dooming gods their guilt translate, And follies are miscall'd the crimes of fate.* POPE. La Fontaine...
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