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The majesty and riches of the mind,
But dwell in darkness; for your God is blind.
Or if no thing but death will serve thy turn,
Still thirsting for subversion of my state,
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Odysseus saw the sirens; they were charming,
Blonde, with snub breasts and little neat posteriors,
The prayers I make will then be sweet indeed,
If thou the spirit give by which I pray;
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Do thou, then breathe those thoughts into my mind
By which such virtue may in me be bred
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Dionysus, as we see him in art and poetry, is the projected expression of the ways and dreams of this primitive people, brooded ov ...
Quite different from them [abstractions of animal nature] in origin and intent, but confused with them in form, are those other co ...
What makes revolutionists is either self-pity, or indignation for the sake of others, or a sympathetic perception of the dominant ...
The myth of Demeter and Persephone, then, illustrates the power of the Greek religion as a religion of pure ideas--of conceptions, ...
But the house of the prudent countryman will be, of course, a place of honest manners; and Demeter Thesmophoros is the guardian of ...
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