The Aeneid - Quotes by theme 2

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  • The Aeneid
    • women
      • 'Nor did i look behind me or think of her or realize she was lost till we arrived at the mound'
      • 'Women are unstable creatures, always changing'
      • 'She raged and raved round the whole city like a bacchant'
    • Moral Values
      • 'love's deadly wound'
      • 'My first concern would be to tend the city of troy those of my dear people who still survive'
      • 'on a blaze of passion''
      • 'it is not only yourself you have destroyed but your sister and your people'
      • 'Arise from my dead bones, O my unknown avenger'
    • Honour and reputation
      • 'passion was sweeping away all thought for her reputation'
        • Moral Values
          • 'love's deadly wound'
          • 'My first concern would be to tend the city of troy those of my dear people who still survive'
          • 'on a blaze of passion''
          • 'it is not only yourself you have destroyed but your sister and your people'
          • 'Arise from my dead bones, O my unknown avenger'
      • 'From now on Dido gave no thought to her appearance or her good name and no longer kept her love as a secret in her own heart, but called it marriage using the word to cover her guilt'
      • 'rumour did not take long to go through the great cities of Libya ... rumour is the swiftest ... she was taking delight in plying the tribes with all manner of stories, fact and fiction mixed in equal part'
      • 'because of you i have lost all conscience and self-respect and have thrown away the good name I once had'
      • 'rumour ran raving like a bacchant'
    • The role of the gods
      • 'She saw through the deception and laughed'
      • 'if the just gods have any power'

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