παῤ αὐτόν: by himself; contrasted with “δεῦρο” v. 405. “Leave me alone.” The asyndeton marks her excitement. — “θεῶν κτλ”.: abandon the path of the gods, “give up thine immortality.” cf. “εἶκε, Διὸς θύγατερ, πολέμου καὶ δηιότητος” (conflict) E 348. The expression is suggested doubtless by the following verse which was already before her mind.
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