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Aristophanes, Plutus (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 1003 (search)
n poor, he would devour anything; now he is rich, he no longer cares for lentils. Old Woman Formerly he came to me every day. Chremylus To see if you were being buried? Old Woman No! he longed to hear the sound of my voice. Chremylus aside And to carry off some present. Old Woman If I was downcast, he would call me his little duck or his little dove in a most tender manner ... Chremylus aside And then would ask for the money to buy a pair of sandals. Old Woman When I was at the Mysteries of Eleusis in a carriage, someone made eyes at me; he was so jealous that he beat me the whole of that day. Chremylus aside That was because he liked to feed alone. Old Woman He told me I had very beautiful hands. Chremylus aside Aye, no doubt, when they handed him twenty drachmae. Old Woman That my whole body breathed a sweet perfume. Chremylus aside Yes, like enough, if you poured him out Thasian wine. Old Woman That my glance was gentle and charming. Chremylus aside He was no fool. He knew how to d