The Frogs, and Other Plays. Translated with an Introd. by David Barrett Quotes

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Wasps 144 Xanthias: A man throwing his shield away is terrible.

Wasps 147 Xanthias: he's a lawcourt-lover, like no one else.

Wasps 165 Philocleon: Hades will do the judging before I yield.

Wasps 178 Xanthias: That old man was the worst reprobate and the drunkest of the company.

The Poet and the Women 333 Euripides: There's a great danger brewing for my life.

The Poet and the Women 336 Agathon: Each man must bear his sorrows for himself.

The Poet and the Women 348 Mnesilochus: He's who-d'ye-call-it's son

The Poet and the Women 352 Mnesilochus: What have we here? A flask and not a baby!

The Poet and the Women 366 Chorus: Merrily, merrily, merrily, on to your own confusion go.

Frogs 371 Dionysus: Such is the longing that devours my soul for sweet...Euripides.

Frogs 375 Frogs (Chorus): Brekekekekex lo-ax ko-ax

Frogs 414 Pluto: Aeschylus, go and save our hard pressed city by your precepts grave.

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