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Chorus Leader If indeed you should find happiness in the future, it would be a match for the past. Messenger Menelaos, give me as well a share of that joy which I understand, but not clearly. Menelaos Come and take part in our talk, old man, you too. Messenger This woman is not the arbitrator of all the trouble in Troy? Menelaos She is not; I was tricked by the gods and had in my arms the baneful image of a cloud. Messenger What are you saying? We suffered in vain for the sake of a cloud? Menelaos It was the work of Hera, and the rivalry of the three goddesses. Messenger And the one who is truly your wife is this woman here? Menelaos This is she; trust my word for that. Messenger O daughter, how intricate and hard to trace out is the nature of the god! In some way that is good, he twists everything about, now up, now down; one man suffers, and one who has not suffered comes afterwards to a bad end, having no security in his current fortune. You and your husband have had