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Aristotle, Economics, Book 3, section 3 (search)
.172: AI)DOI=O/S TE/ MOI/ E)SSI, FI/LE E(KURE/, DEINO/S TE ..; meaning that her love for him is mingled with fear and modest shame. And again, Ulysses speaks to Nausicaa in this manner: "Thou, lady, dost fill me with wonder and with fear."Hom. Od. 6.168 (like the young palm-tree at Delos): W(S SE/, GU/NAI, A)/GAMAI/ TE TE/QHPA/ TE DEI/DIA/ T' AI)NW=S GOU/NWN A(/YASQAI . . . For Homer believes that this is the feeling of a husband and wife for one another, and that if they so feel, it will be