Demophoön hospes. She seems to think the conduct of Demophoön more particularly base in this respect, that he had in so daring a manner violated the laws of hospitality, and by his treachery occasioned the death of his hostess and mistress. She imagines, therefore, that this will adhere to his memory as an eternal reproach, which no future behaviour will be able to efface.
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