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The poetry of ancient bards will cease to hymn our faithlessness. Phoebus lord of song never endowed our minds [425] with the glorious strains of the lyre. Else I could have sounded a hymn in reply to the male sex. The long expanse of time can say many things of men's lot [430] as well as of women's.

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