or the description of the horse at the funeral of Pallas, “his trappings laid aside”?1 And how vivid was the image of death conceived by the poet when he wrote- “And dying sees his own dear Argive home”?2 Again, when we desire to awaken pity,
In his smooth breast the gaping woundib. xi. 40.
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