Demosthenes, son of Demosthenes, of Paeania, thus moves;1 but when he got sober and realized the magnitude of the struggle in which he had been involved, he shuddered at the power and the ability of the orator who had forced him to hazard his empire and his life in the brief span of a single day.
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1 The Greek words form an iambic tetrameter cataletic.
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