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Corinth (Greece) (search for this): card 49
f her latest trouble! Nurse What is it, old man? Do not begrudge me the news. Tutor Nothing. I am sorry I said as much as I have. Nurse I beg you by your beard, do not conceal this from your fellow-slave! I will keep it a secret if I must. Tutor As I approached the gaming-tables where the old men sit, near the holy spring of Peirene, I heard someone say (I was pretending not to listen) that Creon, this country's king, was going to exile these children and their mother from the land of Corinth. Whether the story is true I do not know. I could wish it were not so. Nurse But will Jason allow this to happen to his sons even if he is at odds with their mother? Tutor Old marriage-ties give way to new: he is no friend to this house. Nurse We are done for, it seems, if we add this new trouble to our old ones before we've weathered those Tutor But you, hold your peace, since it is not the right time for your mistress to know this, and say nothing of this tale. Nurse O children, do