Aeschylus, “Agamemnon”

“Because of his longing for something gone across the sea / a phantom seems to rule the rooms / and the grace of statues shaped in beauty / comes to be an object of hate for the man. / In the absences of eyes / all Aphrodite is vacant, gone.”

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