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GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE 407 My careless days and my luxurious nights At length have wearied her and now she's gone Gone gone divorced for ever Dryden's All for Love Act VIII -Cratislatt into 8tttt mfe accentuated The chief beauty of Greece is its sea Almost encircled and girdled by it as an island Attica as its ancient name implied is all shore From every high ground from the principal parts of Athens itself the sea is visible nor could any look to sea-ward and not observe that bright and transparent atmosphere by which the climate is characterised And not only by its natural beauties but by the benefits which it conferred upon Greece the sea appealed to the national sympathies The inhabitant of the Ionian colonies of Asia Minor could not but remember that when his ancestors sailed across it from the West they brought with them those liberties and institutions which rendered him im- measurably superior to his Oriental neighbours and constituted the difference between Greek and Barbarian He felt every day that the same waves wafted to him the wealth and civilisation which were the means of maintaining that superiority SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP -3M Sat Give brief account of Roman Satire and short biogra- phical notice of Juvenal Compare Horace Persius and Juvenal as satirists Quote any passages from Dr Johnson's imitations of the third or tenth Satire of Juvenal which particularly strike you Translate with short notes Visne salutari sicut Sejanus habere Tantundem atque illi summas donare curules
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