The Hippolytus Stephanephorus of Euripides: With short English notes for the use of schools

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J.Henry & J.Parker, 1859 - 89 pages
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Page 29 - My mind is troubled, like a fountain stirred : And I myself see not the bottom of it. [Exeunt ACHILLES and PATROCLUS. Ther. 'Would the fountain of your mind were clear again, that I might water an ass at it ! I had rather be a tick in a sheep, than such a valiant ignorance.
Page 29 - When was it pure of sadness ! These black weeds " Express the wonted colour of thy mind, " For ever dark and dismal. Seven long years " Are pass'd, since we were join'd by sacred ties : " Clouds all the while have hung upon thy brow, " Nor broke, nor parted by one gleam of joy.

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