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Strange That The Godless Prosper by Sophocles

Strange is it that the godless, who have sprung From evil-doers, should fare prosperously, While good men, born of noble stock, should be By adverse fortune vexed. It was ill done For the gods thus to order lives of men. … Continue reading

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The Strength of Fate by Euripides

from “Alcestis” In heaven-high musings and many, Far-seeking and deep debate, Of strong things find I not any That is as the strength of Fate. Help nor healing is told In soothsayings uttered of old, In the Thracian runes, the … Continue reading

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