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Anne Cordeiro Discussion 3 Reading and Questions Reading: Sappho, Fr. 1 Inlaid-throned deathless Aphrodite Child of Zeus, snare-woven, I pray you, Do not with pains and sorrows subdue Mistress, my heart, But come, you yourself, if once and another time Hearing my cries from afar You listened, and leaving the house of your father You came, hitching Your golden chariot; and the fine swift Sparrows brought you around the dark earth Close together whirling their wings from the heaven- air through the middle, And immediately they arrived; and you, o blessed one, Smiling in your deathless face Asked me what now I suffered and what now I summoned you for, And what now I wish most for me to happen In my maddened heart: Whom now shall I persuade To lead you back into her closeness? Who, o Sappho, does you wrong? For even if she flees, swiftly she will pursue; But if she does not receive gifts, yet she will give; But if she does not love, swiftly she will love Even not wanting to. Come to me also now, and loose me from
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course HIST 2100 taught by Professor Naigles during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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