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[121] Non veniunt in idem pudor atque amor. This is said to serve as a reason for what follows. Love and shame, (says she,) are inconsistent; and, as I am wholly a slave to the former, the other has very little power over me. Our poet says, in the Epistle of Phaedra to Hippolytus; “Quid deceat non videt ullus amans:

'Love never suffers itself to be under any restraint from decency.'

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