The plays of Euripides . Nor I gaze back ; no thyrsus stem,Nor song, nor memory in the air.Oh, other Bacchanals be there,Not I, not I, to dream of them ! [Agave with her group of attendants goes out onthe side away from the Mountain, Dionysusrises upon the Cloud and disappears^ Chorus. There be many shapes of mystery.And many things God makes to be,Past hope or fear.I [And the end men looked for cometh not,1/ And a path is there where no man thought. So hath It fallen here, [^Exeunt,. NOTES ON THE BACCHAE INTRODUCTORY NOTE The Bacchae^ being from one point of view a religious I /drama, a kind
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