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" I assault the dame. Struck with unusual fear, she trembling cries, She faints, she falls; she lifts her weeping eyes. '"What art thou? say! from whence, from whom you came? O more than human! tell thy race, thy name. Amazing strength, these poisons to... "
The Maháwanso in Roman Characters: With the Translation Subjoined and an ... - Page xliv
by Mahānāma, George Turnour - 1837 - 262 pages
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - English poetry - 1859 - 504 pages
...given. ' Hence to thy fellows ! (dreadful she began) Go, be a beast ! ' — I heard, and yet was man. " e quick-glaneing o'er the park,* Attraets each light...a spark, Agrces as ill with Rufa studying Locke, eries, She faints, she falls ; she lifts her wceping eyes. 'What art thou ! say ! from whence, from...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope, with notes by T.A. Buckley. [Followed by] The ...

Homerus - 1874 - 392 pages
...' Hence to thy fellows ! (dreadful she began :) Go, be a beast ! ' — I heard, and yet was man. " Then, sudden whirling, like a waving flame, My beamy...trembling cries, She faints, she falls ; she lifts her weerjing eyes. '"What art thou? say! from whence, from whom you came? O more than human ! tell thy...
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Irish Monthly, Volume 43

1915 - 826 pages
...translate Homer — or anyone else : — " Then su ,den whirling like a wavy flame My beamy falchion, | assault the dame. Struck with unusual fear, she trembling...She faints, she falls : she lifts her weeping eyes." Pope, Odyssey X., 383—386. The " dame" in the above being the enchantress Circe, and Homer, as you...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - English poetry - 1903 - 704 pages
...heard, and yet was man. ' Then sudden whirling, like a waving flame, My beamy fanlchion, I assanlt the dame. Struck with unusual fear, she trembling..."'What art thou ? say! from whence, from whom you came ? O more than human ! tell thy race, thy name. Amazing strength, these poisons to sustain I Not mortal...
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Pope's Odyssey of Homer

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1907 - 444 pages
...! ' — I heard, and yet was man. " Then sudden whirling, like a waving flume, My beamy faulchion, I assault the dame. Struck with unusual fear, she...What art thou ? say, from whence, from whom you came ? O more than human ! tell thy race, thy name. Amazing strength, these poisons to sustain ! Not mortal...
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