Signetur. Some critics remark, that the third person is used here with design, and that the poet makes Hypsipyle out of indignation avoid to name Jason. Sostrata acts the same part in Terence, and chides one, though present, in the third person. Literally: 'Let the wind be as contrary as it will; one's name is quickly set to the bottom of a letter.'
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