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|Oral delivery aims at persuasion and making the listener believe they are |
converted. Few persons are capable of being convinced; the ... Hoffer, Eric The
persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. - 4 Oral delivery aims at persuasion and
|... since the persuasion (παραίφασις) ofa friend is a strong thing. Nestor's gnomic |
statement about the persuasion of a friend (παραίφασις carries the connotations
of “encouragement” as well as “beguilement,” according to the Greek-English ...
|“The persuasion of a friend is a strong thing.” “The charity that is a trifle to us can |
be precious to others.” “Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who
hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.” “The belly is the commanding
|Nestor advises Patroclus, the persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. [Iliad |
11.792) 331 Honored = "child of Teleutas" (21). The verb of this sentence likens
Ajax' frenzy to that of an ecstatic seer of Apollo. The exclamation attributed to Ajax
|Anxious though he is to return to Achilles, Patroklos is moved by pity for his friend|
, and with an arm about him helps the ... Who knows if, with God helping, I might
trouble his spirit / by entreaty, since the persuasion ofa friend is a strong thing.
|Homer is quoted as saying, “The persuasion of a friend is a strong thing.” In your |
work preparing for the presentation of your proposal, considering how to
establish a good working relationship with your client is crucial. While there is a
fine line ...
|But in its only other occurrence (11.692-3) Nestor urges Patroklos to plead with |
Achilles: Who knows if, with God helping, you might trouble his spirit by entreaty,
since the persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. The doublets discussed above ...
|Who knows if, with god helping, I might trouble his spirit by entreaty, since the |
persuasion of a friend is a strong thing.” (15.395–404; 15.397–406, Lattimore)
The last two lines are exactly what Nestor had said to Patroclus, save for one
|Homer I detest the man who hides one thing in the depth of his heart and speaks |
forth another. - Homer But curb thou the high spirit in thy breast, ... Homer The
persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. - Homer For too much rest becomes a