aamp;koKpiv6fievosa#39; iav Se aamp;oi\ri, av ipol ndpaaxe, aquot; but if you wish to take the other course, aquot; i. e. aquot; if you do not wish to do ... The unity of this notion is often marked by the position of the article first, and the infinitive last, so that all the words ... This collocation however is not always observed, and in poetry is not unfre* quently violated : as here, koI rwv \ey6vrwv e3 Ka\bv 0 3 THE ANTIGONE OP SOPHOCLES.
|Title||:||GSofokléous@ Āntigóny. The Antigone of Sophocles, with notes by J. Milner|