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Othello by William Shakespeare
“But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve
For daws to peck at: I am not what I am.”
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Othello by William Shakespeare
“Men in rage strike those that wish them best.”
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The Iliad by Homer
“Nay if even in the house of Hades the dead forget their dead, yet will I even there be mindful of my dear comrade.”
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Homer
“Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.”
Homer, The Iliad

Homer
“Come, Friend, you too must die. Why moan about it so?
Even Patroclus died, a far, far better man than you.
And look, you see how handsome and powerful I am?
The son of a great man, the mother who gave me life--
A deathless goddess. But even for me, I tell you,
Death and the strong force of fate are waiting.
There will come a dawn or sunset or high noon
When a man will take my life in battle too--
flinging a spear perhaps
Or whipping a deadly arrow off his bow.”
Homer, The Iliad

William Shakespeare
“Men in rage strike those that wish them best.”
William Shakespeare, Othello

Homer
“Is he not sacred, even to the gods, the wandering man who comes in weariness?”
Homer, The Iliad

Homer
“Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans.”
Homer, The Iliad