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After the slaughter of the suitors, Odysseus warns his son that they should be wary of their families seeking recompense.
“For whoever has killed only one man in his country, 201 more words
Homer and Ovid are dead. Such has been the case for some time now. Aristophanes, Strabo, Herodotus, Apollonius, Euripides and Sophocles – all long-deceased. Cicero, Livy, Plinies both Elder and Younger, Caesar, Frontinus, Cornelius Nepos, Tacitus and Sallust – not one of them reads or replies to correspondence these days. 398 more words