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" Say, happy souls ! divine Musaeus ! say, Where lives Anchises, and where lies our way To find the hero, for whose only sake We sought the dark abodes, and cross'd the bitter lake." To this the sacred poet thus replied : " In no fix'd place the happy souls... "
The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;: Pope's Homer's ... - Page 404
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Roman Literature in Translation

George Howe, Gustave Adolphus Harrer - English literature - 1924 - 660 pages
...sought the dark abodes, and cross'd the bitter lake?" To this the sacred poet thus replied: "In no fix'd place the happy souls reside. In groves we live, and...This said, he led them up the mountain's brow, And showed them all the shining fields below. They wind the hill, and through the blissful meadows go....
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The Aeneid

Virgil - Poetry - 1997 - 434 pages
...sought the dark abodes, and crossed the bitter lake?' To this the sacred poet thus replied: 'In no fixed place the happy souls reside: In groves we live, and...wind the hill, and through the blissful meadows go. 920 But old Anchises, in a flowery vale, Reviewed his mustered race, and took the tale — Those happy...
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Virgil's Aeneid

Virgil - Poetry - 1997 - 476 pages
...sought the dark Abodes, and cross'd the bitter Lake? To this the Sacred Poet thus reply'd; In no fix'd place the Happy Souls reside. In Groves we live; and lie on mossy Beds 915 By Crystal Streams, that murmur through the Meads: But pass yon easie Hill, and thence descend,...
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Virgil

168 pages
...sought the dark abodes, and crossed the bitter lake?' To this the sacred poet thus replied: 'In no fixed place the happy souls reside. In groves we live, and...This said, he led them up the mountain's brow, \ And shews them all the shining fields below ; [ They wind the hill, and through the blissful | meadows...
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Milton: Paradise Lost

David Loewenstein - Literary Collections - 2006 - 472 pages
...may remember Vergil's description (ALncid vI. 673 — 75) of the lives of the blessed in Elysium : "In groves we live, and lie on mossy beds By crystal streams, that murmur through the meads" (Dryden). 6f3, 654- pavilions, tents = tabernacles (from Lat. tabernaculum, a dimin. of taberna, '...
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Paradise Lost: Books V and VI

John Milton - 1892 - 216 pages
...We may remember Vergil's description (JEn. vI. 673 — 5) of the lives of the blessed in Elysium, " In groves we live, and lie on mossy beds By crystal streams, that murmur through the meads " (Dryden). 653, 654- pavilions, tents (see G.), tabernacles having the same sense ; from Lat. tabernaculum,...
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