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" Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword? What cause have I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injured me... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 352. oldal
1840
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - 1847 - 530 oldal
...fraud, unworthy of a royal mind I What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an nmbush, or shall lift the sword? What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injur'd me : To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led; Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed...

Translation of the Iliad of Homer

Homer - 1849 - 544 oldal
...pride! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword ? THE ILIAD, BOOK I. 27 What cause have I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injured me;...

The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: To which is Prefixed the Life of ...

Alexander Pope - 1850 - 484 oldal
...shall lift the sword? What cause have I to war at thy decree? The distant Trojans never injured me ; W To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led ; Safe...vales my warlike coursers fed ; Far hence removed, ihe hoarse-resounding main, And walls of rocks, secure my native reign; Whose fruitful soil luxuriant...

English Synonymes: With Copious Illustrations and Explanations : Drawn from ...

George Crabb - 1850 - 536 oldal
...consulting the will or pleasure of another: we UK obcditnt from а мпяе of right; What gen'rous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift tin.- ¿word. FOPK. We are submissive from a sense of necessity ; ' The natives (of Britain) disarmed,...

Translation of the Iliad of Homer

Homer, Alexander Pope - 1851 - 544 oldal
...pride! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush,...decree? The distant Trojans never injured me ; To Pt hia's realms no hostile troops they led ; Safe in her vales my warlike coursers fed ; Far hence...

The New American Speaker: A Collection of Oratorical and Dramatical Pieces ...

John Celivergos Zachos - 1851 - 552 oldal
...pride ! Inglorious slave to interest ever joined With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword t What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injured me ; To Phthia's realms...

The Iliad of Homer, 1. kötet

Homer - 1853
...pride! Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What generous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword ? THE ILIAD. 81 What cause have I to war at thy decree ? The distant Trojans never injured me : To...

The Iliad, tr. by Pope

Homerus - 1870
...195 Inglorious slave to interest, ever joined With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind ! What gen'rous Greek, obedient to thy word, Shall form an ambush,...the sword ? What cause have I to war at thy decree? 200 The distant Trojans never injured me : To Phthia's realms no hostile troops they led : Safe in...

The High School Speaker: A Collection of Declamations, Poetic Pieces and ...

John Celivergos Zachos - 1873
...thy own be mine. The man who suffers loudly may complain, And rage he may, but he shall rage in vain. Shall form an ambush, or shall lift the sword ? What...vales my warlike coursers fed; Far hence removed, the hoarse resounding main And walls of rocks secure, my native reign; Whose fruitful and luxuriant harvest...

The first book of Pope's Homer's Iliad, tr. into Lat. elegiacs by the hon. G ...

Homerus - 1873
...'Inglorious slave to interest, ever join'd 195 'With fraud, unworthy of a royal mind! 'What gen'rous Greek, obedient to thy word, 'Shall form an ambush,...thy decree? 'The distant Trojans never injured me: aoo ' Hoc si nolitis, jam pleno in jure Tyranni 175 'Abripiam hac, si qua est invenienda, manu. 'Istam...




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