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" Pisthetaerus, a shrewd old fellow, proposes a scheme to improve it, and make them a far more powerful and considerable nation. Scene 4. Epops is struck with the project, and calls up his consort, the nightingale, to summon all his people together with... "
Eclogæ Aristophanicæ, selections from The clouds (The birds) with notes by ... - Page vii
by Aristophanes - 1852
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The British Critic, Volume 2

English literature - 1814
...considerable nation, u Scene 4. • " Epops is struck with the project, and calls up his consort, thg nightingale, to summon all his people together with...a fine ode ; the birds come flying down, at first oue by one, and perch here and there about the scene ; and at last the chorus in a whole body, come...
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The Birds: From the Text of Dindorf, with Notes, Partly Original, Partly ...

Aristophanes - 1834 - 165 pages
...assemblies. So e'pxeff0ai, avyyiveaOai els Xo'yovs. Vesp. 470. Eq. 803. Nub. 451. ACT I. SCENE IV. The birds come flying down, at first one by one, and perch here and there about the stage. At last the whole chorus of birds come hopping and fluttering in. At the sight of the two men...
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Notes on Aristophanes and Plato

Thomas Gray - 1884 - 4 pages
...proposes a scheme to improve it, and make them a far more powerful and considerable nation. Scene 4. Epops is struck with the project, and calls up his...body, come hopping, and fluttering, and twittering in. Scene 5. At the sight of the two men, they are in great tumult, and think that their king has betrayed...
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The Works of Thomas Gray in Prose and Verse: Notes on Aristophanes and Plato

Thomas Gray - 1885
...proposes a scheme to improve it, and make them a far more powerful and considerable nation. Scene 4. Epops is struck with the project, and calls up his...body, come hopping, and fluttering, and twittering in. Scene 5. At the sight of the two men, they are in great tumult, and think that their king has betrayed...
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