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[524] ἐν θυμῷ: i.e. in its very depths.

αἴσχεα: cf. 351.

ἀκούω: subjunctive. ‘In general conditions which take the subjunctive, Homer commonly uses the relatives without “κέ” or “ἄν”. This corresponds to his preference for the simple “εἰ” in general conditions.’ GMT. 538.

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