Sophocles about madness (“Antigone”, c. 441 BC) - Mad are thy subjects all, and even the wisest heart Straight to folly will fall, at a touch of thy poisoned dart.
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Mad are thy subjects all, and even the wisest heart Straight to folly will fall, at a touch of thy poisoned dart.
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Translated by F. Storr
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