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Sophocles, Philoctetes (ed. Sir Richard Jebb), line 403 (search)
o see this. Neoptolemus Ah, friend, he was no longer alive—I would never have been plundered like that while he lived. Philoctetes What do you say? Is he, too, dead and gone? Neoptolemus Think of him as of one who sees the sun's light no more. Philoctetes Oh, no! But the son of Tydeus, and Sisyphus' offspring that was bought by Laertes—they will not die, since they do not deserve to live! Neoptolemus No, indeed, be sure of it. On the contrary, they prosper now—yes, and greatly—in the Argive army. Philoctetes And what of my brave old friend, Nestor of Pylos—is he not alive? He often checked the crimes of those two, if not others, by his sage counsels. Neoptolemus He has his own troubles now, since Antilochus,the son that was at his side, left him for Hades. Philoctetes Ah, me! These two, again, whom you have named, are men of whose death I had least wished to hear. Gods! What are we to look for, when these men have died, but Odysseus here again lives, whenin their place