STRANGE THAT THE GODLESS PROSPER - For the gods thus to...

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STRANGE THAT THE GODLESS PROSPER by: Sophocles TRANGE is it that the godless, who have sprung From evil-doers, should fare prosperously, While good men, born of noble stock, should be By adverse fortune vexed. It was ill done
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Unformatted text preview: For the gods thus to order lives of men. What ought to be is this, that godly souls Should from the gods gain some clear recompense And the unjust pay some clear penalty; So none would prosper who are base of soul....
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