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ossible for me to take you home by ship? Helen A sword is waiting for you, rather than my bed. Menelaos So I would be the most wretched of mortals. Helen Do not feel shame now, but escape from this land. Menelaos Leaving you behind? I ravaged Troy for your sake. Helen Yes, for that is better than that our union should cause your death. Menelaos Oh! these are coward's words, unworthy of those days at Troy. Helen You could not kill the tyrant, which perhaps you are eager to do. Menelaos Troy. Helen You could not kill the tyrant, which perhaps you are eager to do. Menelaos Does he then have a body that cannot be wounded by a sword? Helen You will hear. But to undertake impossibilities is no mark of wisdom. Menelaos And so I am to offer my hands to be bound, in silence? Helen You are in a dilemma; we need some contrivance. Menelaos Yes, for it is sweeter to die in action than by not acting. Helen There is one hope, and only one, for our safety. Menelaos Are we to buy it, or dare it, or win it with words? Helen If the tyrant were not to learn of your arrival