Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Corinna” in text Am., book 2, poem 6 of P. Ovidius Naso, Amores:
...d thy life, how oft she pray'd ? The seventh day came, and now the Fates begin To end the thread, they had no more to spin; Yet still he talk'd, and when death nearer drew, His last breath said, " Corinna , now adieu!" There is a shady cypress grove below, And thither (if such doubtful things we know) The ghosts of pious birds departed go; 'Tis water'd well, and verdant all the year, And birds obs...
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