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Aristophanes, Frogs (ed. Matthew Dillon), line 1378 (search)
Dionysus Come on and stand beside the balance pans. Aeschylus and Euripides Here we are! Dionysus Now, each of you grab hold and speak a verse, and don't let go till I yell “Cuckoo!” Euripides and Aeschylus We holding on. Dionysus Now recite the line into the scales. Euripides “Would that the Argive bark had never winged...” Aeschylus “Stream of Spercheius, haunts of grazing kine...” Dionysus Cuckoo! It's released. And much further down goes this man's side. Euripides Whatever is the reason? Dionysus Because he introduced a stream; like fabric salesmen he made his verse wet just like the wool. But you put in a winged word. Euripides Well, let him say something else and match me. Dionysus Grab hold again. Aeschylus and Euripides All set. Dionysus Speak! Euripides “Persuasion has no other shrine save speech.” Aeschylus “Death is the only God that loves not bribes...” Dionysus Let go, let go! This one's is tilting once again. For he inserted Death, weightiest of ills. Eurip