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Desiderius Erasmus - 1992 - 458 pages
|62 Oderint, dum metuant Let them hate, so long as they fear 'Let them hate, so |
long as they fear,' an utterance typical of any tyrant, comes from a tragedy, and
every author quotes it. A special favourite with Cicero,1 it also passed into
|That accursed verse] This verse is spoken by Atreus in some ancient tragedy, |
whether of Accius or of some other author: as Cicero mentions in two places [Off.,
1.28.97]: If Aeacus or Minos had said, "Let them hate so long as they fear," or ...
|I was in fear until we came to challenging the jurymen. ... they began to shew |
some panic, until as they looked at the water all round them fear itself (brought
quiet, i.e.) made ... That expression is cruel and detestable, ' Let them hate (so
Roger Rees - 2012 - 430 pages
|... literary treatments of myth and the political conditions that produce them: |
Nero's erstwhile tutor comments of a line in Accius' tragedy Atreus—'Let them
hate, so long as they fear'—that 'you would know it was written in the time of Sulla
|One would make them conscious of a cardinal sign of despotic power: the tyrant |
can measure his strength by his very ability to ... them: Nero's erstwhile tutor
comments of a line in Accius' tragedy Atreus — "Let them hate, so long as they
|No, rather, of spirits that don't know true greatness, like that loathsome, |
abominable utterance, “Let them hate, so long as they fear.”117 You could tell
that it was written in the age of Sulla.I don't know which wish is worse, to be
regarded with ...
|"Instead, you make them hate you," Krasta said. "Let them hate, so long as they |
fear," Lurcanio said. As he had a way of doing, he waggled a finger at her. "And
with that, I give you a word of advice: do not believe everything that comes to you
|We are taught to see them so, to strip the humanity from them. I suppose there is |
an element of fear of the unknown about them. Quintus Ennius wrote: “What they
fear, they hate.” VICTORIA (from behind PETRA) “Let them hate, so long as they ...
|"Hate....Yes. What was it that our venerated Field Marshal Cassiopeia Thrumbo |
once said of the Ynos: let them hate us so long as they fear us? Yes, I thinkthat
applies here as well." He looked at her full on now, his eyes narrowing ever so ...
|They think I can see into their hearts, but no witch can do that. ... I chose fear. I |
knew they'd never love me for telling 'em the truth, so I made certain of their fear.
No, they'll be relieved to hear the ... Let them hate me, so long as they fear me.