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the strong
Iron-hearted man-slaying Achilles
Who would not live long.
So little are the Homeric heroes presented as developing or having developed, that most of them--Nestor, Agamemnon, Achilles--appe ...
Achilles had strapped the wind
About his ankles,
He brushed rocks
The waves had flung.
He ran in armour.
Love, why have you sought the horde
of spearsmen, why the tent
Achilles pitched beside the river-ford?
At the same time he inwardly chuckled over his gentle repartee to the blood and ouns champion about his god being a jew. People co ...
When we consider the weak and nerveless periods of some literary men, who perchance in feet and inches come up to the standard of ...
I doubt if men ever made a trade of heroism. In the days of Achilles, even, they delighted in big barns, and perchance in pressed ...
Aristotle illustrates his view of the relation of metaphor to simile as follows. "When the poet say of Achilles, 'He sprang on the ...
The second [of Zeno's arguments about motion] is the one called "Achilles." This is to the effect that the slowest as it runs will ...
Out of the air a voice without a face
Proved by statistics that some cause was just
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