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Sophocles, Philoctetes (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 317 (search)
Chorus I believe that I, too, pity you, son of Poeas, as much as your former visitors. Neoptolemus And I myself attest your accusations,for I know their truth through my own experience with the wickedness of the Atreids and the force of Odysseus. Philoctetes What, do you also have a grievance against the accursed sons of Atreus, a cause for anger at some mistreatment? Neoptolemus If only I might one day be allowed to fulfill my heart's rage by the deeds of my hand,so that Mycenae might learn, and Sparta, that Scyros also is a mother of brave men! Philoctetes Well said, son! Now what is the reason that you have come complaining against them with this fierce wrath? Neoptolemus I will tell you—and yet it is hard to tell—the outrage that I suffered from them upon my arrival there. For when fate decreed that Achilles should die— Philoctetes Ah, me! Tell me no more, until I first know this—is the son of Peleus dead? Neoptolemus Dead—not by a mortal hand, but by a god's.He was