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Deianeira returns from the palace.

My friends, I am afraid that I have gone
too far in everything I have just done.

What is it, Deianeira, child of Oeneus?

I am not certain, yet I deeply fear
my hopes of good have brought about great harm.

Does it concern your gift to Heracles?

It does. Oh, never recommend that any
670be hasty when his action is uncertain!

Tell me your worries, if they may be told.

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