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Aristophanes, Wasps (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 136 (search)
But am I not the most unfortunate of men? Henceforward I shall only be called the son of Capnius. Sosias He is pushing the door. Bdelycleon Throw your weight upon it, come, put heart into the work. I will come and help you. Watch both lock and bolt. Take care he does not gnaw through the peg. Philocleon from within What are you doing, you wretches? Let me go out; it is imperative that I go and judge, or Dracontides will be acquitted. Bdelycleon Would you mind that? Philocleon Once at Delphi, the god, whom I was consulting, foretold, that if an accused man escaped me, I should die of consumption. Bdelycleon Apollo the Saviour, what a prophecy! Philocleon Ah! I beseech you, if you do not want my death, let me go. Bdelycleon No, Philocleon, no never, by Poseidon! Philocleon Well then, I shall gnaw through the net with my teeth. Bdelycleon But you have no teeth. Philocleon Oh! you rascal, how can I kill you? How? Give me a sword, quick, or a conviction tablet. Bdelycleon O
Aristophanes, Wasps (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 868 (search)
Bdelycleon And first let there be a sacred silence. Chorus Oh! god of Delphi! oh! Phoebus Apollo! convert into the greatest blessing for us all what is now happening before this house, and cure us of our error, oh, Paean, our helper!
Aristophanes, Wasps (ed. Eugene O'Neill, Jr.), line 1417 (search)
ake a note of his reply.They start to leave. Philocleon Listen, instead of going off so abruptly. A woman at Sybaris broke a box. Accuser to his witness I again ask you to witness this. Philocleon The box therefore had the fact attested, but the woman said, "Never worry about witnessing the matter, but hurry off to buy a cord to tie it together with; that will be the more sensible course." Accuser Oh! go on with your ribaldry until the Archon calls the case. He and his witness depart. Bdelycleon to Philocleon By Demeter! you'll stay here no longer! I am going to take you and carry you off. Philocleon And what for? Bdelycleon What for? I am going to carry you into the house, so that the accusers will not run out of witnesses. Philocleon One day at Delphi, Aesop ... Bdelycleon I don't care a fig for that. Philocleon ... was accused of having stolen a sacred vase. But he replied, that the horn-beetle ... Bdelycleon Oh, dear, dear! You'll drive me crazy with your horn-beetle.