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" Will you not allow that I have as much of the spirit of prophecy in me as the swans? For they, when they perceive that they must die, having sung all their life long, do then sing more lustily than ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are about to... "
Departed Gods: The Gods of Our Forefathers - Side 110
af Jason Nelson Fradenburgh - 1891 - 462 sider
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The Dialogues of Plato: Tr. Into English, with Analyses and ..., Bind 1

Plato - 1874
...that our importunity might be troublesome under present circumstances. Socrates smiled, and said : O Simmias, how strange that is ; I am not very likely...then sing more than ever, rejoicing in the thought _ that they are about to go away to the god whose ministers they are. But men, because they are themselves...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Bind 1

Plato - 1875
...you will keep fancying that I am at all more discomposed now than at any former time in my life. > Will you not allow that I have as much of the spirit...than ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are 85 /' about to go away to the god whose ministers they are. ;/ But men, because they are themselves...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Bind 1

Plato - 1875
...and you will keep fancying that I am at all more discomposed now than at any former time in my life. Will you not allow that I have as much of the spirit...must die, having sung all their life long, do then j sing more than ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are 85 about to go away to the god whose...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Bind 6

William Wordsworth - 1884
...— and I awoke, struggling in vain to follow. Socrates to Simmias. — "Will you not allow that 1 have as much of the spirit of prophecy in me as the swans 1 For they, when they perceive that they must die, having sung all their life long, do then sing more...
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Meno. Euthyphro. Apology. Crito. Phaedo. Gorgias. Appendix I: Lesser Hippias ...

Plato - 1892
...off now than at What is the any other time in my life. Will you not allow that I have as meaning of much of the spirit of prophecy in me as the swans ? For singing? they, when they perceive that they must die, having sung all Simmias and Cebes have still...
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Plato the Teacher: Being Selections from the Apology, Euthydemus, Protagoras ...

Plato - 1897 - 454 sider
...that our importunity might be troublesome under present circumstances. Socrates smiled, and said : O Simmias, how strange that is ; I am not very likely...have as much of the spirit of prophecy in me as the swans?30 For they, when they perceive that they must die, having sung all their life long, do then...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Bind 1

Plato - 1902
...that our importunity might be troublesome under present circumstances. Socrates smiled, and said : 0 Simmias, how strange that is ; I am not very likely...must die, having sung all their life long, do then ping more than ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are about to go away to the god whose ministers...
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A Cruise to the Orient: The World's Greatest Centers of Interest

Andrew Webster Archibald - 1921 - 286 sider
...exultingly, to have the spirit cf swans? "For they," he declared, "when they perceive that they mus': die, having sung all their life long, do then sing...rejoicing in the thought that they are about to go away." Tranquilly drinking off the cup of poison, of hemlock, swan-like he sang and died. Victoriously he...
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A Cruise to the Orient: The World's Greatest Centers of Interest

Andrew Webster Archibald - 1921 - 286 sider
...close. Will you not allow me, he asked exultingly, to have the spirit ef swans? "For they," he declared, "when they perceive that they must die, having sung all their life long, do then sing more lhan ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are about to go away." Tranquilly drinking off the cup...
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1001 Questions Answered about Birds

Allan D. Cruickshank, Helen Gere Cruickshank - 1976 - 291 sider
...a beautiful song arose behind the curtain of prehistory. Socrates wrote, "Will you not allow that l have as much of the spirit of prophecy in me as the...die, having sung all their life long, do then sing much more lustily than ever, rejoicing in the thought that they are going to the god they serve." The...
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