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Clytaemestra
Do not burden yourself with thoughts such as these, nor invoke upon yourself the fate of death. Nor yet turn your wrath upon Helen, [1465] and deem her a slayer of men, as if she alone had destroyed many a Danaan life and had wrought anguish past all cure.

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