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Achilleus already answered Aphrodite Apollo appeared arms Athene beautiful became beside body Book bring brother brought called carried chariot child cried dark daughter death divine earth eyes face fall fate father fear feast feet fell fire followed gave give Goddess gods golden Greeks grief hair hand hast head heard heart heaven Hektor Hera hero hold Homer honour horses Iliad island Italy killed king land leave length lived looked maiden mighty mother Mount never night Odysseus offered once palace passed placed Poseidon reached received remained represented rest rock rose round rushed sacred seated sent ship shore side sometimes soon spirit standing stood suitors tears tell temple thee thou took town Trojans Troy turned waters wife wild wind wine wonderful wood wound youth Zeus
436 ページ - Forbid to cross the irremeable flood. Now give thy hand; for to the farther shore When once we pass, the soul returns no more: When once the last funereal flames ascend, No more shall meet Achilles and his friend; No more our thoughts to those we loved make known; Or quit the dearest, to converse alone.
33 ページ - And would not make her master's compliment; But, persecuted, to the powers she flies, And close between the legs of Jove she lies. He with a gracious ear the suppliant heard. And saved her life; then what he was, declared, And owned the god. "The neighborhood...
33 ページ - Speak thy desire, thou only just of men; And thou, o woman, only worthy found To be with such a man in marriage bound.
212 ページ - My breast is warm'd with such unusual fire, I wish him absent whom I most desire. And now I faint with grief; my fate draws nigh ; In all the pride of blooming youth I die. Death will the sorrows of my heart relieve. 0 might the visionary youth survive, 1 should with joy my latest breath resign ! But oh ! I see his fate involv'd in mine.
430 ページ - I'll restore : Now plight thy mutual oath, I ask no more." " Talk not of oaths (the dreadful chief replies. While anger flash'd from his disdainful eyes), Detested as thou art, and ought to be, Nor...
432 ページ - By thy own soul ! by those who gave thee breath ! By all the sacred prevalence of prayer ; Ah, leave me not for Grecian dogs to tear ! The common rites of sepulture bestow, To soothe a father's and a mother's woe; 430 Let their large gifts procure an urn at least, And Hector's ashes in his country rest.
226 ページ - O sacred rest, Sweet pleasing sleep, of all the Pow'rs the best ! O peace of mind, repairer of decay, Whose balms renew the limbs to labours of the day, Care shuns thy soft approach, and sullen flies away!
428 ページ - By these they pass'd, one chasing, one in flight: (The mighty fled, pursued by stronger might.) Swift was the course; no vulgar prize they play, No vulgar victim must reward the day, (Such as in races crown the speedy strife,) The prize contended was great Hector's life.
446 ページ - Then gave his hand at parting, to prevent The old man's fears, and turn'd within the tent; Where fair Briseis, bright in blooming charms, Expects her hero with desiring arms. But in the porch the king and herald rest; Sad dreams of care yet wandering in their breast. Now gods and men the gifts of sleep partake; Industrious Hermes only was awake, The king's return revolving in his mind, To pass the ramparts, and the watch to blind. The power descending hover'd o'er his head: 'And sleep's!