10 Plays Quotes

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"But such is the gentleman; even his errors are honorable. In nobility is all wisdom." (Alcestis, 17).

"Are you only now learning that everyman loves himself more than his neighbor?" (Medea, 35).

"Though my secret heart hopes in an intelligent providence, yet I look at the fortunes of men and their actions, the hope fails me." (Hippolytus, 91).

"Call no man happy until he is dead, till you have seen how he has passed the last hour of his life on earth." (Andromache, 103).

"Death is a debt all must pay." (Andromache, 129).

"One can no longer blame men for imitating the splendid conduct of the gods; blame those who set us the example. (Ion, 143).

"The dead, I say, are as if they had not been born. It is better to die than to live in pain..." (The Trojan Women, 189).

"It is the men of this land, I believe, being themselves murderers, who lay...

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