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[37] Jam quoque. According to Ovid's own rules in his Art of Love, a lover ought to take delight in the person beloved. Agreeably to this notion, Phaedra here addresses Hippolytus, and as his chief delight was in hunting, prefesses herself to be fond of the same exercise.

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