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used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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  • This, however, was also one of the ordinary formal modes of punishment for great public offences.
    Footnotes (54% in)
  • Such a change was important at a time when poetry was the only known mode of publication (to use a modern phrase not altogether suitable, yet the nearest approaching to the sense).
    Introduction (48% in)
  • For when the mode of learning changed in the following ages, and science was delivered in a plainer manner, it then became as reasonable in the more modern poets to lay it aside, as it was in Homer to make use of it.
    Preface (16% in)
  • 295 In reference to the whole scene that follows, the remarks of Coleridge are well worth reading:— "By a close study of life, and by a true and natural mode of expressing everything, Homer was enabled to venture upon the most peculiar and difficult situations, and to extricate himself from them with the completest success.
    Footnotes (95% in)

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