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Euripides, Andromache (ed. David Kovacs), line 866 (search)
Nurse My child, I did not praise your excessiveness when you committed your crime against the woman of Troy nor do I now praise your present excessive fear. Your husband will not, as you think, end his marriage to you, won over by the insignificant words of a barbarian woman. For you are not his as a prisoner taken from Troy, but he has received you with a large dowry and you are the daughter of a man of importance and come from a city of no ordinary prosperity. Your father will not, as you fTroy, but he has received you with a large dowry and you are the daughter of a man of importance and come from a city of no ordinary prosperity. Your father will not, as you fear, abandon you and allow you to be banished from this house. But go inside and do not show yourself in front of this house lest you disgrace yourself [being seen in front of these halls, my daughter]. Enter by Eisodos B Orestes in travelling costume. Chorus Leader Look, here comes a stranger, a man of different hue from ourselves, hastening towards us with speedy step. Orestes Ladies who dwell in this foreign land, is this the house of Achilles' son and his royal residence? Chorus Leader
Euripides, Andromache (ed. David Kovacs), line 957 (search)
ame but so that if you should give me the chance to talk to you, as you are now doing, I might escort you from this house. For you were mine to begin with, and you are married to Neoptolemus only by the baseness of your father. Before he attacked Troy, he gave you to me to be my wife, but later he promised you to your present husband as a reward if he sacked Troy. When Achilles' son came home to this land, I forgave your father, but Neoptolemus I begged to relinquish his marriage to you. I tolTroy. When Achilles' son came home to this land, I forgave your father, but Neoptolemus I begged to relinquish his marriage to you. I told him of my evil fortunes and my present fate, how I could marry the daughter of a kindred house but only with difficulty one from outside because of the exile from country that I am suffering. But he was haughty and spoke insultingly to me about the murder of my mother and the goddesses whose eyes drip blood.The Erinyes, who pursue Orestes for the murder of his mother. Since I was humiliated because of my troubles at home, I put up with my misfortune, though in great pain, and went away again
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