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* ( 22 ) . Here on the monarch's speech Achilles broke, And furious thus, and interrupting, spoke: Tyrant! I well deserv'd thy galling chain, To live thy slave, and still to serve in vain; 390 Should I submit to each unjust decree; Command thy vassals, but command not me. Seize on Briseis, whom the Grccians doom'd My prize of war, yet taolely see resum’d; And seize secure; no more Achilles draws His conquering sword it any woman's cause ; The gods command me to forgive the past; But let this first invasion be sie last.; fí next thou dar"...t. ilivade, * For know, illy blood, y) Shall stream in vergeance on my reeking blade. - 4}{、 At this they coas'd: the stem debate expir'd , The chiefs in sullet majesty retired. Achilles with Patroclus took way. Where near his tents his hollow vessels Îay: