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The Bacchae Chapter Summary & Analysis - Third Choral Ode Summary

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Third Choral Ode Summary

The Chorus looks forward to the Dionysus' revenge. The Chorus sings that although divine power is slow, it will certainly punish the arrogant. Again, the Chorus extols the virtues of the simple man who lives within the traditions of his people.

Third Choral Ode Analysis

Like Tiresius and Cadmus, the Chorus seems to argue that to honor the divine is just good common sense for mortals to follow.

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