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" The spirit I first did breathe Did never teach me that; much less, since the contempt of death Was settled in me, and my mind knew what a worthy was, Whose office is to lead, in fight, and give no danger pass Without improvement. In this fire must Hector's... "
The Works of George Chapman ... - Página 87
de George Chapman - 1875
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English Prose and Verse from Beowulf to Stevenson

Henry Spackman Pancoast - 1915 - 816 páginas
...off! The spirit I first did breath Did never teach me that; much less, since the contempt of death 80 nokké with my staf, erly and late, 730 And seyé, ' Leeve mooder,9 leet me in! Lo, hia country, father, friends, be, in him, made divine. And such a stormy day shall come (in mind and...
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The Iliad

Homer - 1995 - 351 páginas
...wives, whom long-train'd gowns adorn) That I should cowardly fly off! The spirit I first did breathe 480 Did never teach me that; much less, since the contempt of death Was setded in me, and my mind knew what a worthy was; Whose office is to lead in fight, and give no danger...
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Chapman's Homer: The Iliad, Volume 1

Homer, George Chapman - 1998 - 613 páginas
...first did breath 480 Did never teach me that— much lesse since the contempt of death Was settl'd in me and my mind knew what a Worthy was, Whose office is to leade in fight and give no danger passe Without improvement. In this fire must Hector's triall shine....
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Chapman's Homer: The IIiad and the Odyssey

Homer - 2000 - 976 páginas
...wives, whom long-train'd gowns adorn) That I should cowardly fly off! The spirit I first did breathe 480 Did never teach me that; much less, since the contempt of death Was setded in me, and my mind knew what a worthy was; Whose office is to lead in fight, and give no danger...
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The Chivalric Ethos and the Development of Military Professionalism

David J. B. Trim - 2003 - 359 páginas
...Homer when he made Hector avow, in Book VI, that he was unable to put discretion before valour . . . since the contempt of death Was settled in me, and...must his country, father, friends, be, in him, made divine."2 Yet the popularity of Chapman's translation reveals the enduring power of the sentiments...
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