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" They never did me wrong ; they never drove My cattle, or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. 185 With thee, O void of shame ! with... "
Translations of Poems, Ancient and Modern: Not Published - Page 10
by Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley Earl of Derby - 1862 - 203 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 121

1865
...they never drove My cattle or my horses ; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. With thee, O void of shame! with thee we sailed, For Menehius and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 1

American literature - 1865
...they never drove My cattle or my horses ; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. With thee, O void of shauie I with thee we sailed, For Menelaus and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volume 1

Homer - 1864
...they never drove My cattle, or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy...forgotten, or despis'd ; And threat'nest now to wrest from me the prize 190 I labour'd hard to win, and Greeks bestow'd. 10 HOMEK'S ILIAD. BOOK I. Nor does my...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - Achilles (Greek mythology) - 1864 - 432 pages
...they never drove My cattle, or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy...forgotten, or despis'd ; And threat'nest now to wrest from me the prize 190 I labour'd hard to win. and Greeks bestow'd. Nor does my portion ever equal thine,...
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The Iliad, rendered into Engl. blank verse, by Edward earl of Derby, Volume 1

Homerus - 1865
...they never drove My cattle, or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. 185 With thee, 0 void of shame! with thee we sailed, For Menelaus and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame on Trojan...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 1; Volume 64

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1865
...us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. With thee, O void of shame 1 with thee we sailed. For Menelaus and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame on Trojan crests to win." (Bk. L 1. 188.) The sordidness of Agamemnon's soul has vanished from Mr. Wright's version, while a...
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The Iliad, rendered into Engl. blank verse, by Edward earl of ..., Volume 1

Homerus - 1867
...they never drove My cattle, or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops; for wide between us lay The shadowy...sea. 185 With thee, O void of shame! with thee we sailed, For Meneliius and for thee, ingrate, Just retribution to exact from Troy. All this hast thou...
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English Essays ...

American essays - 1869
...wrong; they never drove My cattle or my horses; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. With thee, O void of shame! with thee we sailed, For Menelaus and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame...
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Homer: the Iliad [a summary].

William Lucas Collins - 1870
...they never drove My cattle, or my horses ; never sought In Phthia's fertile life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy mountains and the roaring sea. With thee, 0 void of shame ! with thee we sailed, For Menelaiis and for thee, ingrate, Glory and fame...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volumes 1-2

Homer - 1871
...never drove 181 My cattle, or my horses ; never sought In Phthia's fertile, life-sustaining fields To waste the crops ; for wide between us lay The shadowy...! with thee we sail'd, For Menelaus and for thee, ingratc, Just retribution to exact from Troy. All this hast thou forgotten, or despis'd : And threat'nest...
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