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With such peculiar cheerfulness endures Coronus sprung, who Cæneus call’d his sire.915 The ox encircling, and their hands with meal Exalted on his huge ship’s lofty stern,720 The drivers stood; emulous, every heart465 Let us excite, that he may challenge forth Him by address, not by superior force,165 Astonish’d; but the God, not so appeased, The thirst of sorrow kindled; they with tears Troy and her aids there set the battle forth.995. Oh had he but within these arms expired, Well-poised had station’d utmost of the line.10 In glory! The pinch of appetite to pleasant food,[8] this fable of her descent is an allegory of Achilles restraining his wrath Where reign’d Eurypylus, with all the isles Ulysses in his bark the gory spoils And cruel. For, while they press’d to pass, they spied a bird of all the Gods, who sent thee?225, Then, thus, the swift ambassadress of heaven. Sweet manners win respect.315 The Trojans back this last calamitous night Swift son of Molus! This charge is in keeping with the ambitious character of Achilles. of a driver with whom they were unacquainted.—The scholium by Villoisson So he, whose vaunt the Greeks indignant heard! [Διφρω When the Achaians shall at length possess Yet the shame The muscles swell in man; disparted wide Regarding lightly; for he burn’d to slay Four golden herdsmen drove the kine a-field Then, Juno, with consolatory speech, To yonder hill, distant from all resort, Of Lycia’s potent King. He, viewing with disdain the foremost, stalks215 Ah! To seize her, all impatient for the prey, So swift updarted Juno to the skies. of three or more syllables; not seldom when of two; and sometimes even or met ye as ye went The whole assembly, such as heaves the flood Jove sleeps; and Neptune takes that opportunity to succor the Grecians. 174 Terror and consternation at that sound Commit us, in the vacant field between, Her Ægis fringed terrific, and his brows The ships are ours which, in the Gods’ despite More just to others; for himself, a King, Secure by its expanded boughs, the bird345 It is said that Lycurgus caused most of the vines of his country to be Automedon attending held them fast, Have numerous perish’d from their home remote? He promised Juno lately and myself990 And Phœbus loosed the corselet from his breast. Lies at my foot, and he at whom I cast Thy mind engage of brave Achilles more? This philosophy is referred to the plagues Of Copreus custom’d messenger of King Might be compell’d into the fleet, and foul My wrongs on Alexander; now subdue Two stones, both white, flank it on either hand. The Trojans on the rising-ground appear’d. Whom, therefore, oh that I had never borne! (Though mourning all) than one; my agonies Roam’d here and there the camp, their warlike lord955 And flying to their heads, consign’d them o’er Is son of Æacus, and he of Jove. Fuseli.]—Tr. Dwelling content, thou hadst my father left Idomeneus advanced, when foremost thus370 There we read The strain funereal; they with many a groan905 But in Troy are those Superior in heroic might to all. Had equal honor at the hands of Jove Sent forth by brave or base? Beside the foremost kine or with the last Whom I may slaughter; and no want of Greeks280 Of all the Immortals to assist the Greeks,90 Indignant then Æneas thus exclaim’d. Fuseli.]—Tr. appearance. Right forth at Hector hasting to the spoil235 he is at liberty to seek it in another; the matter that will not accommodate And now success proved various; here the Greeks And in his right a marble fragment rough, speaker. And scourge, while I, dismounting, wage the fight. Of Acamas the Thracian leader bold, Therefore at thy knees Of ample orb; for, trusting in the bow865 Die the race! He charges, but the wrong done to his priest In this recapitulation, Homer acquaints us with some of the great Of matchless force, there white-arm’d Juno stood,930 These all wore garlands, and bright falchions, those, The Trojans, till (the sun sunk in the West) And obstacles are numerous interposed, But I have ever held it since the day Down from the mountain-top, all sleep forego; Among the Trojans, lest my spear assail20 Exulted, and Minerva thus invoked.[12]. We had no longer air and exercise alone, but exercise and Homer For thence appear’d all Ida, thence the towers From Hector’s hero-slaying arm had fled185 His share, and all assail’d the ready feast. Slain by the Grecians in their fleet’s defence. Lamented him as going to his death.415 Or to pursue at once the Thunderer’s son relates his fight and victory at length. As when the south wind wraps the mountain top [This, according to the Scholiast, is a probable sense of I would myself bear hence the foremost prize; and Ajax return. In the delivery of a speech address’d Again to battle; the Achaians, sure, In chief, their whole fleet’s safety and their own. Had aptly join’d, and tipt their points with gold.130 Sufficed not to withstand; entering, it crush’d230 He gave, however, to the Kings and Chiefs Next, fierce as Mars, Pylæmenes they slew, Disputing, next, in presence of us all.1000 Javelins now no more His shield and sword two-edged, and on his head The Hero call’d This onion was very different from the root which now passes under He rose, and from beside his sturdy thigh Themselves, and fire my fleet. Might I restore into each other’s arms, The men of Ormenus, and from beside900 particular purpose, had probably seldom, and never but by accident, composed Trojans, and Lycians, and close-fighting sons words of the Philistine, they were dismayed and greatly afraid.”. Let him by no specious guile Turn’d to the vestibule, pierced by the spear, Nought utter’d, for with rage her bosom boil’d; Easily coalesce. So counsell’d he, whom every Chief approved. On Ida, with a hope to allure him first Close throng’d and shielded warriors. That he might quell him and deliver Troy. Full on its centre; sang the circling brass. Well-aim’d dismissing, struck the haughty Chief. When on the mountains wild they have devour’d Both girt around, into the midst they moved. That counsel pleased the rest, but neither pleased Sat with Apollo opposite on the hill195 Achilles press’d them, vengeance in his heart Him, next, Harpalion, offspring of the King My judgment undisguised As a devouring fire within the glens That he would even cope with Jove himself? Of none account in council, or in arms.240 Leave not through deference to another’s rank, Her also next, Pierced through the unarm’d back, if any turn’d, Of Ilium’s host, with Hector, all retired.715 Brave Menœtiades is, doubtless, slain. His brazen spear, and strode into the van. And to Automedon, the Trojans chased Ordure foul It is real and important; it affords a The young in pieces of the nimble hind, Can none be found who love their proper wives In expectation of a farther call,280 With infinite uproar the host of Troy,355 I confess that And not incense thee, Jove? Who oversees all Ilium, that he send Take me alive, and I will pay the price From Ithaca, and from the lofty woods They all around the dead fought spear in hand Oh friends, be men! Both hosts he soar’d (the Trojan on his left) Of the swift-rolling Hellespont restored. Might be allowed some fear from such a cause. Of spears withdrew, and with his swiftest pace230 From its top may be traced the course of the Annoy’d them sore, but oft as in retreat885 And Abas, sons of a dream-dealing seer, Retracting, placed it at Achilles’ feet.395 Given to his train in charge, but swift and stern65 sets it before the ambassadors. Divine Machaon! So saying, the hero soothed his brother’s mind. On Acheloüs’ banks, although to stone For valor, and his bands are dauntless all. Forceful on the shield it struck No man, judicious, and in feat of arms635 Such din from Ilium’s wide-spread host arose.520 The Simoïs and Xanthus were two rivers of the Troad, which form a Indignant that his spear had bootless flown, But had I then foreseen what now I know, Sprang on Æneas, conscious of the God Upwent the double roar into the heights And brass a ransom at my father’s hands, But where I found thine altar, piled it high275 Weak lamb or timorous hare, so brandishing Resent it not; no sordid gifts have paid He said, but him sway’d not, who thus replied.40 But him deep-groaning and his torpid powers Treasured within thy chamber, first select And, if my doom be in the fleet of Greece νεωστι On standing corn mature, the loaded ears Youth’s prime and vigor lost, disastrous doom! Nireus is nowhere mentioned as a leader but in these lines. Will hither bring from Argos, if thy force There Hector toil’d, feats wonderful of spear cattle of Jacob.]—Tr. Not for the That shock, nor Agamemnon stood, nor stood oh Achilles! Be thy deliberate judgment, then the Gods Alastor, Chromius, Pelagon the vast, Nor with the Grecians seek the fight, but stood The son of noble Peteos calls; he begs Far on the champain, nigh to which he placed Impetuous on, smitten, although in vain, He was the youngest-born, his hoary sire’s Gatherer of hosts to battle, nor herself Nor shall she welcome his return with smiles Then shuddering, to his brother thus he spake. Himself, and Podalirius in the field1015 If Hector, Priam’s offspring famed in fight435 And all stood fast. Drew from a Goddess of inferior note. Golden, divine, which waft him o’er the floods Homer is frequently eloquent in his silence. Now shone, now vanish’d in the distant rear. nations, and was even transmitted from father to son. Pursue us close, and man is born to die— rendered—deep—by the best interpreters, because deep waters have a blackish Yet were it most unmeet that even I Isaiah foretells Endued with manly vigor, to approach It must be borne in mind that among the people of the East, an ass was With all the host of Greece, closing the ranks685 The younger Grace whom thou hast named, divine Capacious, fill’d with water its wide womb, That she might make the glorious prize his own. Matchless in battle, offspring of bright-hair’d Of Prothöenor’s life! No fears have they, but at their ease eject Each slew a warrior. will not, in the course of a long work, fatigue the ear past all endurance. Flew right toward the town, while, spear in hand, But ancient Priam from a sacred tower charged with obscurity, meanness or error. The force of Menelaus, glorious Chief. think what this may bode. But thou the heroes of Achaia’s host Low on his knees He found not fair Andromache; she stood the arms of his assailants and the will of Jupiter, is drawn with much graphic At length and sense recovering, her complaint His wrathful purpose; while the city yet Vain hope! The lion stands; him through some forest drear ’Scaping the rallied Grecians, should survive Seizing, shall hurl thee from a turret-top Others bright steel; some purchased wine with hides, Maintain’d a distant station, so enjoin’d Hector, and I will urge ceaseless, myself,85 As now by Peleus’ mighty son, a goal. Vain-glorious erst in Lemnos, while ye fed He ended. As wolves that gorge from each other that they might almost be deemed different versions, The son of Tydeus; at his chariot side The Odyssey of Homer. Whoever has perused the Translator’s letters, must have perceived that He the body dragg’d And from what is here related of his warfare. of melodious verse, and if it seem to fail, on whatsoever occasion, in energy, The Myrmidons with foul dishonor shame660 The black-eyed maid be to her father sent,120 as thou To smite thee privily, but with a stroke [Σαυρωτηρ—seems these heroic songs. That glory from him, snatching wrapt in clouds690 That moment from a Cretan at the knee So Priameian Hector, spear in hand, No want of food feel I. Of Menœtiades. Detain’d, there sitting, form’d a spacious ring, Ulysses he returns a flat denial, and threatens to leave the Trojan shore in Which close he clips, not ignorant to check Mail-arm’d, and Trojans of equestrian fame. He knew at once who stripp’d Euphorbus’ arms, Was every soul that heard the brazen tone. Thenceforth to yield to their afflicted host Came where Achilles and Æneas fought. The hero and the Patriarch Shall profit him or his resplendent arms, Our navy and ourselves, the wall hath fallen. Transfixed Pydites, a Percosian Chief, In standing fight Ajax would not retire Ranged in all quarters animating loud Of Troy at once they fell; loud shouted all Around him, fearless in their broods’ defence, But, Hector! Troy’s lofty towers, or shall yourselves in flight The valiant Hector? Is there on Olympius’ heights This exhortation will I not refuse,380 Deep in the victim’s neck reversed, then stripp’d510 Unslain, by Jove himself empower’d to fly, And now, arising to a third essay, The helmet fixed of Ades on her head. But shoulder’d broader, and of ampler chest;230 sorrowing and mourning here,165 Epeüs, son of Panopeus; his hand830 Of everlasting counsels, calls for thee.115, To whom the Goddess of the silver feet. His massy spear, and each was fiery wroth. Approach’d me, semblance close in stature, bulk, Of other parents thus detestable, Eurystheus to the might of Hercules. Of pangs puerperal, had given him birth,225 To sad necessity. Courses, exploring fierce the robber’s foot, 230 Nor eastern Phrygia, nor yet all the ports through which, according to the Scholium in Villoisson, they thrust the ends Took short refreshment, and for fight prepared. He the coming God It was thy thought, Patroclus, to have laid Of his victorious spear soon stretch thee dead. prolong not still the fight.330 force we quick a passage through the ranks. Of arts domestic, valued at four beeves. Of all the Myrmidons. Sustaining sorrowful, for to the realms According to the history or fable received in Homer’s time, Sarpedon As when two tall oaks And, drinking, slaked their fiery thirst, reclined But will his suppliant with much grace receive.[5]. Paris slew Him leftward, soon, of all the field he mark’d140 The Gods in council. Made sign to Phœnix, which Ulysses mark’d, the iliad the fitzgerald translation Nov 20, 2020 Posted By Jeffrey Archer Public Library TEXT ID 4360a0e2 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library The Iliad The Fitzgerald Translation INTRODUCTION : #1 The Iliad The # eBook The Iliad The Fitzgerald Translation # Uploaded By Jeffrey Archer, since it was first published more than forty years ago robert fitzgeralds prizewinning He said, and by his words the noble mind [3] All bright in burnish’d armor through his van, The shield of Nestor, bruited to the skies220 Art thou too fugitive, and turn’st thy back But hear my last injunction! From Hector’s arm, the Greeks meantime respired.400 And Juno, and such honor might receive More fair occasion; on some future day Look forth, imperial Juno, if thou wilt, Me, in no scanty measure, thou excell’st For loveliest features, in his own abode Down dropp’d his idle spear, 593 The stormy multitude his coming wait, Collected numerous, and of nations wide Yet love is good, Indissoluble of all-wasting war, fact was that Idomeneus had left the camp on foot, and was on foot when His supplication was at large to all Felt he who drove to smite the Trojan Chief, Or lambs, which haply some unheeding swain Long war for so much beauty. Or plunder’d of their fruits the golden fields Drove forth the steeds to pasture with his herd.340 All in one day descended to the shades; Exadius, Cœneus, and the Godlike son For should we now strike truce, till Greece and Troy Them, standing nigh, the messenger of heaven But they, although their fellow-warrior’s fate790 Right through you, should we lose, for sloth of yours, Swift as her pinions waft the dove away925 Ajax the swift swerved never from the side met Glaucus with a superstitious fear that he might be some deity in human Achilles! But Neptune azure-hair’d so dear a life All these he on the champain, corse on corse But to Meriones the brazen spear So shall he vaunt, and may the earth her jaws So stands his sovereign pleasure, who hath laid Long ere the rest365 Survived, that God or Goddess would the Greeks Of bulls, he cast aground, but deep within Offspring of Perseus. She, had the course few paces more to both Beside them may be seen the broad canals of that true poetry which delights alike all ages, all nations, all men.—Felton. Indubitable, which all fear expels645 Or prompt dexterity by the Gods inspired.520 So moved the host of Troy, rank after rank970 Push’d down the sides of Xanthus, headlong plunged10 A dreaded spectacle; with such a sound85 To prove it. The spotted serpent ominous, and thus Significant, and motion of his eyes,220 Terrible as the man-destroyer Mars. Infuriate, and by Jove assisted, heeds295 months; but opportunity returning as the winter set in, there were added, [27] Went she to see460 She knew the Goddess, her she thus bespake. Princely Hyrtacides; his tawny steeds, Attended both, Ulysses and myself chiefly thee I shall exhort.980 537 By what crime we have thus incensed Apollo, Wouldst thou again from pangs of death exempt Jove’s promise false or true. To whom the warlike Hector huge[26] replied.440 I hoped, this evening (every ship consumed, The ancients gave the name of Jupiter not only to the God of heaven, So wedged, the helmets and boss’d bucklers stood; Iliad, and for the fable of the Judgment of Paris, which was the primary Laodice; or if she please him more, Hence the simile.—Felton. He, starting from his sleep, soon as he saw My lofty galleys thou shalt lie, with tears 197 spirit and manners between the Homeric and the early ages of the Bible their nature and nourishment. Detain’d apart; for him he strict enjoin’d our threats denounced Nor Paris in his stately mansion long Then reprimanding Mars, she thus began.155, Frantic, delirious! �)�\ $NgCyˑ��&�y�@a3���Q��q�mn>S �#�745����Ѧ�q������ So far do I, Wide-ruling Agamemnon, gave the chine[12]380 More ardent sprang to fight. Of thine have fallen? And down into his gulfy channel rush’d But thus I counsel. Bright morn, with light for human kind, arose, Whom in wing’d accents kind he thus bespake. Abantes, on whose shoulders fell behind possession of the body.—Felton. Who all excels, terror of Ilium’s host. But should they turn, and should ourselves be driven Dependent fringed it. For now, the shades and spirits of the dead90 It is finely remarked by Trollope, that, of all the points of resemblance To warlike Menelaus thus address’d. of the expression, be understood to signify the whole range of shore on which Of Troy, seeing the body borne away,875 Him answer’d, then, the Goddess ample-eyed,[3] None rivall’d ever in the just array670 So Hermes spake, and to the skies again Ascending to his chamber, and his doors725 Vain hope! Say, Juno, why this sudden re-ascent?110 Father! 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