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My child, the fire's ravening jaw does not overwhelm the wits of the dead man, [325] but afterwards he reveals what stirs him. The murdered man has his dirge; the guilty man is revealed. Justified lament for fathers and for parents, when raised loud and strong, makes its search everywhere. [330]

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