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[421] σὺ μέν: correlative with v. 426; the interposed explanation makes it natural to change the form of the apod. from “ἐγὼ δέ. — νῦν”: i.e. until her visit to Zeus.

παρήμενος: as v. 488; inactivity is implied, cf. 2.688, 694. — Thetis does not encourage his son to carry out his threat of v. 169, to return to Phthia.

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