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T. Maccius Plautus, Miles Gloriosus, or The Braggart Captain (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 3, scene 1 (search)
him the ring.) PALAESTRIO Take from me in return the plan of my contrivance that I have hit upon. PERIPLECOMENUS We are listening to you with most attentive ear. PALAESTRIO My master is such a shocking rake among the women, that I think no one ever was his equal, nor ever will be. PERIPLECOMENUS I believe the same as well. PALAESTRIO He boasts, too, that his beauty exceeds that of AlexanderOf Alexander: "Alexander," from two Greek words, signifying "the brave man," was one of the names of Paris, the son of Priam, who was remarkable for his beauty, which captivated Helen.; and, therefore, he says that all the womenAll the women: The Parasite quizzes him upon this weak point in the First Act. in Ephesus of their own accord are courting him. PERIPLECOMENUS Aye, faith, many there are who could wishWho could wish: The meaning of Periplecomenus seems to be that the Captain has been but too successful in his intrigues, and that many a husband could wish that what Palaestrio says were fa