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For the wrath of us, the Furies who keep watch on mortals, will not come stealthily upon such deeds [500] —I will let loose death in every form. And as he anticipates his neighbor's evils, one man will ask of another when hardship is to end or to decrease; [505] and the poor wretch offers the vain consolation of uncertain remedies.

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