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The Aeneid
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  • Drances, their chief, who harbor’d in his breast Long hate to Turnus, as his foe profess’d, Broke silence first, and to the godlike man, With graceful action bowing, thus began: "Auspicious prince, in arms a mighty name, But yet whose actions far transcend your fame; Would I your justice or your force express, Thought can but equal; and all words are less.

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  • The book transcends our expectations from a romance novel.
  • Her deficiencies were knit up with a passionate energy that transcended and justified them.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  Winter Dreams

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