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Chorus-Leader Listen, Odysseus. We would like a little chat with you. Odysseus Of course, since you are my friends and I am yours. Chorus-Leader Did you capture Troy and take Helen prisoner? Odysseus Yes, and we sacked the whole house of the sons of Priam. Chorus-Leader Once you had caught the girl, didn't you all then take turns banging her, since she takes pleasure in having more than one mate? The traitoress! She saw the parti-colored breeches on the man's legs and the gold necklace a
re done for, old man. Where should we flee to?
Inside this cave, where you could avoid being seen.
A dangerous suggestion, this, going into the net.
No danger: there are many hiding-places in the cave.
I shall not do it. Troy would groan loudly if I were to run from a single man when I stood my ground so often, shield in hand, against a throng of Trojans without number. Rather, if I must die, I will die nobly—or live on and also retain my old reputation.