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" Fate stalk'd amidst them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye ; And each bold figure seem'd to live, or die.. "
The Iliad of Homer: Translated by Alexander Pope, Esq. A New Edition, with ... - Page 142
by Homer - 1796
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1720
...wounds ; another drag'da dead ; Now here, now there, the carcafles they tore ; Sate ftalk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye ; And each hold figure feem'd to live, or die. A field deep furrow'd, next the God defign'd, The third time lahour'd...
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The Iliad, tr. by mr. Pope. [With notes partly by W. Broome. Preceded by] An ...

Homerus - 1756
...wounds ; another dragg'da dead ; Now here, now there, the carcafTes they tore : Fate fialk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye; 625 And each bold figure feem'd to live, or die. A field deep furrow'd, next the God defign'd, The...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 5

Homer - Achilles (Greek mythology) - 1760
...wounds ; another dragg'da dead ; Now here, now there, the carcafles they tore : . Fate ftalk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came...deep furrow'd, next the God defign'd, The third time labour'd by the fweating hind ; jr. 6i9. There tumult, &c.] This is the firft place in the whole defcription...
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The Iliad, Volume 25

Homer - 1773
...wounds ; another dragg'da dead-; Now here, now there, the carcafes they tore : Fate ftalk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye ; And each bold figure fcem'd to live or die. A field deep furrow'd next the god defign'd. The third time labour'd by the...
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Extracts from mr. Pope's translation corresponding with The beauties of ...

Homerus, William Holwell - 1776 - 319 pages
...the carcafes they tore : Fate ftalk'd amidft them,.:grim with .human gore. And the whole war ca^ae out, and met the eye ; And each bold figure feem'd to live, or die. ;•. A field deep furrow'd, next the god defign'd, The third time labour'd by the f wearing hind ;...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 49

English poets - 1790
...wounds ; another dragg'da dead ; Now Now here, now there, the carcafes they tore r Fate ftalk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye ; 625; And each hold figure feem'd to live, or die. A field deep-furrow'd, next, the God defign'd,...
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The Iliad: Of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. ...

Homer - Achilles (Greek mythology) - 1791
...wounds ; another dragg'da dead ; Now here, now there, the carcafles they tore : Fan tlalk'd amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye ; 62; And each bold figure feem'd to live, or die. A field. A field deep-furrow'd, next the God defign'd,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 12

English poetry - 1795
...new-made wounds; another dragg'da Now here, now there, the carcafes they tore : fte ftaikM amidft them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, a.nd met the eye ; And each boid figure feem'd to live, pr die. A field deep-furrow'd, next, the God defign'd, The third time labourM...
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Essays by a Society of Gentlemen, at Exeter

Devon (England) - 1796 - 573 pages
...image like a good poet, and though not a tranflation, we can fcarcely wifh the couplet to be altered. " And the whole war came out and met the eye, And each bold figure feest'd to live or die." M BJMTO;, Cooper has it " Like living men they traverfed and they fbove."...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807
...new-made wounds; another dragg'da dead; Now here, now there, the carcasses they tore : Fate stalk'd amidst them, grim with human gore. And the whole war came out, and met the eye; 6*5 And each bold figure seem'd to live, or die. A field deep furrow'd, next the god design'd, The...
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