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" O wretched indeed that I am, O abhorred of heaven, that no word of this my plight should have won its way to my home, or to any home of Greeks! No, the men who wickedly cast me out keep their secret and laugh, while my plague still rejoices in its strength,... "
Sophocles: The Philoctetes - Page 51
by Sophocles - 1898
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Plays and Fragments: Philoctetes. 2nd ed. 1898

Sophocles, Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb - 1898
...assured that I know nothing of what thoi^askest. PH. О wretched indeed that I am, О abhorred 5 heaven, that no word of this my plight should have won its way to my home, ~OT~To any home of Greeks ! No, the men who wickedly cast me out keep their secret and laugh, while...
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Sophocles

Ruth Scodel - 19??
...who is before thee ? How should I know one whom I have never seen NE. PH. NE. Jtiow snould l know one before ? PH. Then thou hast not even heard my name,...was Achilles, been generally approved. Bothe conj. oS' SVO/M у': Martin, ой тоСгор' : Blaydes, oi55' (Vo/rn Toifwv oiS' цйи какйч...
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The Tragedies of Sophocles: Translated from the Greek; (with a Dissertation ...

Sophocles - 1766
...perishing ? NE. Be assured that I know nothing of what thou askest. PH. O wretched indeed that I am, O abhorred of heaven, that no word of this my plight...still rejoices in its strength, and grows to more ! O my son, O boy whose father was Achilles, behold, 260 I am he of whom haply thou hast heard as lord...
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