The Prometheus bound of Aeschylus and the fragments of the Prometheus unbound

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Page 21 - LORD shall give thee there a trembling heart, and failing of eyes, and sorrow of mind: and thy life shall hang in doubt before thee; and thou shalt fear day and night, and shalt have none assurance of thy life: in the morning thou shalt say, Would God it were even! and at even thou shalt say, Would God it were morning! for the fear of thine heart wherewith thou shalt fear, and for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt see.
Page 149 - Saturnius me sic infixit luppiter, lovisque numen Mulciberi adscivit manus. Hos ille cuneos fabrica crudeli inserens Perrupit artus; qua miser sollertia Transverberatus castrum hoc Furiarum incolo, lam tertio me quoque funesto die Tristi advolatu aduncis lacerans unguibus lovis satelles pastu dilaniai fero.
Page 150 - Arcere nequeo diram volucrem a pectore. Sic me ipse viduus pestes excipio anxias Amore mortis terminum anquirens mali; Sed longe a leto numine aspellor lovis, ' Atque haec vetusta, saeclis glomerata horridis, Luctifica clades nostro infixa est corpori; E quo liquatae solis ardore excidunt Guttae, quae saxa adsidue instillant Caucasi.
Page 150 - ... cum vero adesum inflatu renovatum est iecur, turn rursum taetros ávida se ad pastus refert. sic hanc custodem maesti cruciatus alo, quae me perenni vivum foedat miseria.
Page 63 - Es geht — wie Friedr. v. Schlegel dem Apostel Paulus Röm. 8, 18 ff. nachsingt — ein allgemeines Weinen So weit die stillen Sterne scheinen Durch alle Adern der Natur; Es ringt und seufzt nach der Verklärung Entgegenschmachtend der Gewährung In Liebesangst die Creatur.
Page 46 - Amor. iii. 6, 59 ille habet et silices et vivum in pectore ferrum, Hor.
Page 95 - Scythico promunturio ob nives, próxima inculta saevitia gentium. Anthropophagi Scythae insident humanis corporibus vescentes. ideo iuxta vastae solitudines ]s ferarumque multitude haut dissimilem honunum inmanitatem obsidens.

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