... his head, Smear'd all his lovely face ; his weeds, divinely fashioned, All filed and mangled ; and himself he threw upon the shore, Lay, as laid out for funeral, then tumbled round, and tore His gracious curls. His ecstasy he did so far extend, That... The Works of George Chapman ... - Página 218de George Chapman - 1875Visualização completa
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...gracious curls; his extasy he did so far extend, That all the ladies won by him and his now slaughter'd friend (Afflicted strangely for his plight) came shrieking...about him; beat their breasts, their tender lineaments Dissolv'd with sorrow. And with them wept Nestor's warlike son, Fell by him, holding his fair hands,...