Non satis occultis erubuique notis. Helen does not censure Paris for these signs and tokens of his affection; she only blames him for not taking care to dissemble better, lest he should raise suspicions in Menelaus. All the circumstances are finely cnceived, and with that happy luxuriance of imagination which was peculiar to our poet.
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