The Orestea of Aeschylus, Tr. Into Engl. Verse by C.N. Dalton

Aeschylus

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42 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Kufer knnen in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1868 edition. Auszug: . . . for 1 Orestes. I heard the great love thou to Orestes hast. Electra. In what way have I fulfilment of my prayers 1 Orestes. I am thy brother; seek no nearer kin. Electra. Man, art thou weaving against me any plot Orestes. If so, I fabricate against myself. Electra. Thou wishest to deride me in my woes Orestes. If thee in thine, myself also in mine. Electra. May I believe that thou art really he 1 Orestes. Now that thou seest me in very truth, Thou art distrustful, though beholding but now This funeral lock of hair, thou wast elate, And gazing in my trodden foot prints tracks Tookest a fancy that they might be mine, Thy brothers, to thyself proportionate. The place examine whence this curl was cut; Look on this robe, the labour of thy hands, The battens strokes, the figures of the beasts. Contain thyself, and go not mad with joy. Well know I that our kindred are our foes. Electra. Loved source of care unto thy fathers home, Hope long-lamented of a saving seed, To prowess trust, and thou shalt build the house. O face delightful, that towards me performst Four functions, I must needs address thee as My father, and on thee devolves the love Of mother also, whom I justly hate, And sister mercilessly offered up; Of faithful brother, too, who held me dear. Only may Strength and Right co-operate For us with Zeus, the mightiest of all. Orestes. Zeus, Zeus, look down on us: behold this brood Of eagles orphand of the parent bird, Who died within the coils and stranglings of A direful viper, while the young bereft Grow weak, pressd sore by famine: for as yet None has the strength to carry up on high The prey the father capturd to the nest. Even so thou mayst behold Electra here And me, like. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Käufer können in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1868 edition. Auszug: ...for 1 Orestes. I heard the great love thou to Orestes hast. Electra. In what way have I fulfilment of my prayers 1 Orestes. I am thy brother; seek no nearer kin. Electra. Man, art thou weaving against me any plot % Orestes. If so, I fabricate against myself. Electra. Thou wishest to deride me in my woes Orestes. If thee in thine, myself also in mine. Electra. May I believe that thou art really he 1 Orestes. Now that thou seest me in very truth, Thou art distrustful, though beholding but now This funeral lock of hair, thou wast elate, And gazing in my trodden foot prints' tracks Tookest a fancy that they might be mine, Thy brother's, to thyself proportionate. The place examine whence this curl was cut; Look on this robe, the labour of thy hands, The batten's strokes, the figures of the beasts. Contain thyself, and go not mad with joy. Well know I that our kindred are our foes. Electra. Loved source of care unto thy father's home, Hope long-lamented of a saving seed, To prowess trust, and thou shalt build the house. O face delightful, that towards me perform'st Four functions, I must needs address thee as My father, and on thee devolves the love Of mother also, whom I justly hate, And sister mercilessly offered up; Of faithful brother, too, who held me dear. Only may Strength and Right co-operate For us with Zeus, the mightiest of all. Orestes. Zeus, Zeus, look down on us: behold this brood Of eagles orphan'd of the parent bird, Who died within the coils and stranglings of A direful viper, while the young bereft Grow weak, press'd sore by famine: for as yet None has the strength to carry up on high The prey the father captur'd to the nest. Even so thou may'st behold Electra here And me, like...

About the Author: Aeschylus was born at Eleusis near Athens in 525 BCE and died in Sicily in 456 BCE. He took part in the Persian Wars and fought at Marathon. Considered the father of Greek tragedy, he wrote more than seventy plays, of which seven have survived.

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