GĀristofánous@ Eīrýny. The 'Peace' of Aristophanes, with notes by F.A. Paley

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Page 87 - Romeo : and when he shall die, Take him and cut him out in little stars, And he will make the face of heaven so fine, That all the world shall be in love with night, And pay no worship to the garish sun.
Page 119 - Come, wife, roast three choinixes of kidney-beans, and mix some wheat with them, and bring out some figs, and let Syra call Manes from the field ; for it is in no wise possible to strip off the vine-leaves to-day, or to grub round the roots, since the 1 The soldiers
Page 12 - Trygaeus' madness, is a satire on the foolish panic that was so prevalent in Athens at the time, in consequence of real or supposed Spartan negotiations with Persia. Compare Vesp. 9, Kilfuil yàp àprlwi ¿ireffTpa.T€Uffa.TO Mijoo's rts етг1 та ß\e(pa.p& VVffTAKTfy VTTVOt.
Page 57 - On the other hand, it would be a mistake to infer from this passage that the majority of Corinthian Christians were slaves.
Page 12 - This may mean, that the servant will prevent bis master from doing anything so foolish; and also, that he is a secret friend of the Medizing party, and will not have their designs thwarted if he can help it.

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