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[84] “Ah! would that never there in Pelion's grove,” as though her misery or guilt were due to the fact that there
“The beams of fir had fallen to the ground”;
or I might cite the words addressed by Philoctetes to Paris,1
“Hadst thou been other than thou art, then I
Had ne'er been plunged in woe.
[p. 249] By tracing back causes on lines such as these we may arrive anywhere.

1 From the Philoctetes of Accius, Ribbeck fr. 178.

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