Dreadful, indeed, is the lion's lair, even though it1 And since above all things he dreaded the sleepless nights, he gave himself up to drinking-bouts and drunkenness at unseasonable hours and in a manner unsuited to his years, trying thus to induce sleep as a way of escape from his anxious thoughts,
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1 A hexameter verse of unknown authorship.
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