Sophocles; The Plays and Fragments Volume 4

Sophocles; The Plays and Fragments Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...friend--and ye, good sailors--would that I could prove to you in deeds what love ye have won from me! Let us be going, my son, when thou and I have made a solemn farewell to the homeless home within, --that thou mayest e'en learn by what means I sustained life, and how stout a heart hath been mine. For I believe that the bare sight would have deterred any other man from enduring such a lot; but I have been slowly schooled by necessity to patience. Neoptolemus is about to follow Philoctetes into the cave. Ch. Stay, let us give heed: --two men are coming, one a seaman of thy ship, the other a stranger; ye should hear their tidings before ye go in. Enter Merchant, on the spectators' left, accompanied by a Sailor. and a comparison with the breathing on o&ojr-r, as written by him in Ant. 892, seems to confirm this view.--For conjectures, see comment, and Appendix. 638 Kara rdSe MSS.: but S has written in the marg. of L yp. /caicd, whence Valckenaer adopted it (on Phoen. 430). 539 nadu/iev Wakefield conj. p.hwp.-v: Blaydes, iidvuifiev. Hense, aradw/iep.--Sio 5i5w L. 640 Hense, with Nauck's approval, rejects this v.--&66povs Wecklein (Ars p. 58) conj. &Wo6ei. 641 aSdit r: Obtk L.--Blaydes conj. l6tik'. AWSBpov I yvdifias=merely aWorplas yrtblup.--3v (io0ovrS, i.e., having learned (their news) from them: cp. 370 n.--o56iS='at a later moment, ' as Ai. 1283.--elo-iTOV (imperat., not indie.): for the dual, after /naflAcres, cp. Plat. Laches p. 187 A airol eiperal 7e7oi'dTe: and n. on 0. C. 343. 642 Odysseus said that he would send back the tkot6s, disguised as a merchant captain, if N. seemed to be tarrying too long (126 ff.). The actor who now comes on as t/iiropos would not, however, be the same who played the cicoiros (a mute person), but
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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236510429
  • 9781236510426