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Aristophanes, Wasps (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 1224 (search)
o will sing, "Good things and riches for Clitagora and me and eke for the Thessalians!" Philocleon "The two of us have squandered a great deal between us." Bdelycleon At this game you seem at home. But come, we will go and dine with Philoctemon. —Slave! slave! place our dinner in a basket; we are going out for a good long drinking bout. Philocleon By no means, it is too dangerous; for after drinking, one breaks in doors, one comes to blows, one batters everything. Anon, when the wine is slept off, one is forced to pay. Bdelycleon Not if you are with decent people. Either they undertake to appease the offended person or, better still, you say something witty, you tell some comic story, perhaps one of those you have yourself heard at table, either in Aesop's style or in that of Sybaris; everyone laughs and the trouble is ended. Philocleon Faith! it's worth while learning many stories then, if you are thus not punished for the ill you do. Bdelycleon But come, no more dela
Aristophanes, Wasps (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 1417 (search)
stones at him. So, first come here. Will you leave it in my hands to name the indemnity I must pay, if I promise you my friendship as well, or will you fix it yourself? Accuser Fix it; I like neither lawsuits nor disputes. Philocleon A man of Sybaris fell from his chariot and wounded his head most severely; he was a very poor driver. One of his friends came up to him and said, "Every man to his trade." Well then, go you to Pittalus to get mended. Bdelycleon You are incorrigible. Accuser to his witness At all events, make a note of his reply.They start to leave. Philocleon Listen, instead of going off so abruptly. A woman at Sybaris broke a box. Accuser to his witness I again ask you to witness this. Philocleon The box therefore had the fact attested, but the woman said, "Never worry about witnessing the matter, but hurry off to buy a cord to tie it together with; that will be the more sensible course." Accuser Oh! go on with your ribaldry until the Archon calls the case.