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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • reads his Homer and his Aeschylus, and values them in a certain
    • what resounds from ancient European times? He reads his Homer, and
    • of the wrath of Achilles!” Homer does not say he is relating
    • opposition that meets us to-day whenever we compare Homer with
    • Aeschylus. Homer sings while letting the Muse sing, Homer sings as
    • way as once Homer spoke of the Muse. It is, moreover, something

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