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ity’ and is lord of happiness, to this I must devote myself without reserve. For a front and a showA Pindaric mixture of metaphors beginning with a portico and garb, continuing with the illusory perspective of scene-painting, and concluding with the craftly fox trailed behind. I must draw about myself a shadow-line of virtue, but trail behind me the fox of most sage Archilochus,Cf. Fr. 86-89 Bergk, and Dio Chrysost.Or. 55. 285 R.KEPDALE/AN is a standing epithet of Reynard. Cf. Gildersleeve on Pindar Pyth. ii. 78. shifty and bent on gain. Nay, 'tis objected, it is not easy for a wrong-doer always to lie hid.Cf. my review of Jebb's “Bacchylides,”Class. Phil., 1907, vol. ii. p. 235. Neither is any other big thing fa
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ty’ and is lord of happiness, to this I must devote myself without reserve. For a front and a showA Pindaric mixture of metaphors beginning with a portico and garb, continuing with the illusory perspective of scene-painting, and concluding with the craftly fox trailed behind. I must draw about myself a shadow-line of virtue, but trail behind me the fox of most sage Archilochus,Cf. Fr. 86-89 Bergk, and Dio Chrysost.Or. 55. 285 R.KEPDALE/AN is a standing epithet of Reynard. Cf. Gildersleeve on Pindar Pyth. ii. 78. shifty and bent on gain. Nay, 'tis objected, it is not easy for a wrong-doer always to lie hid.Cf. my review of Jebb's “Bacchylides,”Class. Phil., 1907, vol. ii. p. 235. Neither is any other big thing fa
ity’ and is lord of happiness, to this I must devote myself without reserve. For a front and a showA Pindaric mixture of metaphors beginning with a portico and garb, continuing with the illusory perspective of scene-painting, and concluding with the craftly fox trailed behind. I must draw about myself a shadow-line of virtue, but trail behind me the fox of most sage Archilochus,Cf. Fr. 86-89 Bergk, and Dio Chrysost.Or. 55. 285 R.KEPDALE/AN is a standing epithet of Reynard. Cf. Gildersleeve on Pindar Pyth. ii. 78. shifty and bent on gain. Nay, 'tis objected, it is not easy for a wrong-doer always to lie hid.Cf. my review of Jebb's “Bacchylides,”Class. Phil., 1907, vol. ii. p. 235. Neither is any other big thing fa