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" Thus far he ; and here his voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him : 'Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far... "
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society - الصفحة 407
1864
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On Translating Homer: Three Lectures Given at Oxford

Matthew Arnold - 1861 - عدد الصفحات: 104
...voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles address' d him : 1 ' Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destin'd to perish, Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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The Christian Examiner, المجلد 74

Edward Everett Hale - 1863
...voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him : " ' Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society

1864
...puercule, risu noscere matrem. Matri longa tulerunt sex fastidia menses : Incipe, parve pueVcule, ffic ridere parentes, — do we not all recognise at once...unrhythmical un-Virgilian verses in Ennius, Lucretius and the like, as I have remarked above, are not those where the accent is so arranged, but where it is distributed...
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Reviews and Discussions: Literary, Political, and Historical, Not Relating ...

James Spedding - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 419
...tulerunt sex fastidia menses : Incipe parve puereule, fac ridere parentes, — do we not all recognize at once the movement of our new friend ? Why dost...prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not, etc. Two or three lines in Latin made of words exactly corresponding in length, divisions, pause, accent,...
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On the Study of Celtic Literature: And On Translating Homer

Matthew Arnold - 1883 - عدد الصفحات: 300
...his voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him: " 'Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus! It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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The universal anthology: a collection of the best literature ..., المجلد 2

Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl - 1899
...voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him : " Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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Chapters on English Metre

Joseph Bickersteth Mayor - 1901 - عدد الصفحات: 308
...adopts a more usual rhythm, such as In the | bloody | dust, bejneath the | feet of their | foemen. | Why dost thou prophesy | so my | death to me, | Xanthus ? It | needs not. I of my|self know | well, that here I am | destined to | perish, | Far from my | father and | mother...
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The Works of Matthew Arnold, المجلد 5

Matthew Arnold, Thomas Burnett Smart - 1903
...his voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him : 'Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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Essays by Matthew Arnold: Including Essays in Criticism, 1865, On ...

Matthew Arnold, Francis William Newman - 1914 - عدد الصفحات: 487
...voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles address' d him : ' Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus ? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destin'd to perish, 20 Far from my father and mother dear : for...
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Epic and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Simon Dentith - 2006
...his voice was stopped by the Furies. Then, with a troubled heart, the swift Achilles addressed him: 'Why dost thou prophesy so my death to me, Xanthus? It needs not. I of myself know well, that here I am destined to perish, Far from my father and mother dear: for all...
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