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Sophocles, Electra (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 174 (search)
Chorus Courage, my daughter, courage; Zeus in the skyis still mighty, and he sees and rules all. Leave your oversharp anger to him; be neither excessively hostile to those you hate, nor forgetful of them, since Time is a god who brings ease.Neither the son of Agamemnon, who dwells by Crisa's cattle-feeding shore nor the god who reigns beside Acheron is unmindful of you. Electra But the best part of life has passed away leaving me in hopelessness, and I have no strength left. I waste away without children and have no loving husband to champion me, but like some despised foreign slave,I serve in the halls of my father, wrapped in shabby garments and standing to eat scanty meals.