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Καὶ . καὶ—parataxis; cf. c. 46, 1.

προσδεχο- μένῳ ... γεγένηται—cf. c. 3, 2. M. T. 900.

τὰ τῆς ὀργῆς— ‘this outburst of wrath,’ as τὰ τῆς τύχης; see on c. 44, 2.

ξυνήγαγον—the aor. of momentary action, as continually in tragedy.

ὄπως—the subjun. is certainly to be preferred to the fut. indic. here, as this is a pure final clause. M. T. 364 (ὅπως is Thuc.'s favourite final particle, but is rare in other prose authors except Xen.).

εἴ τι—he does not doubt it, but softens the expression.

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