The plays of Euripides . Leader. And passeth on ! The Greek trumpet sounds. Hecuba. Farewell!—O spirit grey, Whatso is coming,Fail not from under me.Weak limbs, why tremble ye ?Forth where the new long dayDawneth to slavery ! THE TROJAN WOMEN 79 Chorus. Farewell from parting lips,Farewell !—Come, I and thou,Whatso may wait us now.Forth to the long Greek shipsAnd the seas foaming.[The trumpet sounds agaiuy and the Women go outin the darkness. THE BACCHAE CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY Dionysus, the God ; son of Zeus and of the Theban princessSemdi. V Qahuvs, formerly King of Thebes^ father ofSemel^
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