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Euripides, Hecuba (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 1252 (search)
nothing to me, now that you have paid me the penalty. Polymestor Further, your daughter Cassandra must die. Hecuba I scorn the prophecy! I give it to you to keep for yourself. Polymestor The wife of Agamemnon, grim keeper of his palace, shall slay her. Hecuba Never may the daughter of Tyndareus do such a frantic deed! Polymestor And she shall slay this man as well, lifting high the axe. Agamemnon You creature, are you mad? are you so eager to find sorrow? Polymestor Kill me, for in Argos there awaits you a murderous bath. Agamemnon Ho! servants, drag away him from my sight! Polymestor Do my words pain you? Agamemnon Stop his mouth! Polymestor Close it now; for I have spoken. Agamemnon Make haste and cast him upon some desert island, since his mouth is full of such exceeding presumption. Go, unhappy Hecuba, and bury your two corpses; and you, Trojan women, must draw near your masters' tents, for lo! I perceive a breeze just rising to waft us home. May we reach our coun