Sophocles Volume 5

Sophocles Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...whatever it was, of opiicrrji. 300 x&PaA Reiske conj. xrfPas' 301 f. Hense and Nauck reject these two vv. 302 dvSpwv Blaydes and Paley conj. oUwv. O. T. 740: but otherwise below, 379.--irdvTciv...T5v8e, schol. Tuv k Too yd/iov irpoayivoiiivwv. The different surmise in 536 agrees better with 1225 f.--yevvcua = evyevijs (O. C. 76 etc.). 311 ff. 6 piTiio-as irarrjp: the same phrase in Ai. 1296: cp. O.T. 793, 1482.--uKTura: for the aor., referring to the recent moment at which the feeling began, cp. 464, 1044, Ant. 1307 n.--SriHrep is used as if irXeiarov, instead of i6vrj, followed: see 0. C. 743 n. dtpoveiv ol8tv, like awippovelv irlararai (O. T. 589). Iole (whose actual relation to Heracles appears from 1225 f.) is feeling not only bitter grief (326), but the new shame and embarrassment caused by the presence in which she stands. While the other captives are comparatively callous, she appears to Deianeira as one whose sense of the calamity is such as might be looked for in a maiden of noble birth and spirit. fpovelv here denotes that fine intelligence which is formed by gentle breeding, and which contributes to delicate propriety of behaviour. So, in Ant. 1250, it is conjectured of Eurydice that, in her grief, she has sought privacy: yvu/Mijs yap Ovk awctpos, Clad' dp-aprdveiv, 314 f. For Kal emphasising the verb, she hath enough already.--Now let us all go in, that thou mayest start speedily on thy journey, while I make all things ready in the house. LlCHAS, followed by t/ie Captives, moves towards the housed Me. coming nearer to DEIANEIRA). Ay, but first tarry here a brief space, that thou mayest learn, apart from yonder folk, whom thou art taking to thy hearth, and mayest gain the needful knowledge of things which more

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