ὅτε, causal: cp. 38. τοιαύτην, so wondrous; prompted and conducted by a god (1266 ff.). ὥς σοι is better than ὡς σοὶ, because, after the emphatic “αὐτός”, the next stress should fall rather on “θυμός” than on “σοι” (‘rule me thyself, as thou wilt’).
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