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Euripides, Andromache (ed. David Kovacs), line 1047 (search)
Enter by Eisodos A Peleus with retinue. Peleus Women of Phthia, tell me the answer to my question: I have heard an indistinct rumor that Menelaus' daughter has left the house and is gone and have come here eager to learn whether this is true. For those who are at home must be solicitous of the fortunes of their loved ones abroad. Chorus Leader Peleus, the rumor you heard was true, and it is not right for me to conceal the troubles in whose midst I find myself: the queen has gone off in flight from this house. Peleus In fear of what? Continue your account. Chorus Leader Afraid from this house her husband might expel her. Peleus For planning murder of the boy, perhaps? Chorus Leader Yes, and in terror of her serving-woman. Peleus With whom did she leave home? Was it her father? Chorus Leader Agamemnon's son has led her from the land. Peleus In hope of what? Meaning to marry her? Chorus Leader Yes, and contriving death against your grandson. Peleus Crouching in ambush or
Euripides, Andromache (ed. David Kovacs), line 1226 (search)
Enter Thetis aloft on the mechane. Chorus Leader Ah, what is this motion, what divine being do I see? Look, women, see! Here is a god who wings his way through the bright air and treads the ground of horse-pasturing Phthia.
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