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[5] This, however, is not what Homer does, but those acts which are natural, customary, and the result of reasoning, he attributes to our own volition, and he certainly says frequently:—
But I formed a plan within my lordly heart;1
and also:—
So he spake, and Peleus' son was sore distressed, and his heart
Within his shaggy breast between two courses was divided;2
and again:—
But him no whit
Could she persuade from his integrity, the fiery hearted Bellerophon;3

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