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The Glorious Logs of the Prophet Salamandren (peace be upon him)

Season Four, Episode Eleven

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Reviewing the epic books by the legendary author.

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The Greek text used for this video is that of Gilbert Murray, readily accessible on Perseus. The English translation is my own, and free to copy or use for any and all purposes under CC BY 4.0 (attribution only).

In case it may be found useful for listening, I have added macrons to the Greek text, marking as long any alphas, iotas, or upsilons, that are naturally so. [Errata: A macron is however missing from "Λύδι᾿."]

The parodos is the ode sung by the chorus as it enters the stage, and takes its place in the orchestra. It is sometimes translated as "entry-song." Aristotle defines it as "the first whole utterance of a chorus." (Poetics 6.6).

This Ode is occasionally known as the Hymn to Dionysus. e. g. Gregory (2008:257) speaks of the use, by Euripides, of "meters traditionally associated with cult songs"; which he employs "in Ion's paean to Apollo, and in the hymn to Dionysus, which comprises the parodos of Bacchae." Again, as early as 1872, Rogers (xxiv), a translator of Euripides, writes concerning the Bacchae: "The choral songs are in the best style of Euripides... The first is the hymn to Dionysus."

Timestamps:

00:00 Introduction
01:26 Strophe a
03:05 Antistrophe a
05:03 Strophe b
06:49 Antistrophe b
08:38 Epode

In this description-box, there is not enough space to place the texts. But in the comments section I shall place an English, Greek, and Greek-English interwoven text.

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Season Four, Episode Seven

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Season Four, Episode Five

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Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts offer tips on how to navigate the canonical works of Western Civilization. Which titles are worth your time?

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The Glorious Logs of the Prophet Salamandren (peace be upon him)

Season Four, Episode Four

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Doki Doki Literature Club main theme song reversed

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Season Four, Episode One

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"Fungi from Yuggoth," in which this poem appears, was written between December 1929 and January 1930.

Transcript:

John Whateley lived about a mile from town,
Up where the hills began to huddle thick;
We never thought his wits were very quick,
Seeing the way he let his farm run down.

He used to waste his time on some queer books
He’d found around the attic of his place,
Till funny lines got creased into his face,
And folks all said they didn’t like his looks.

When he began those night-howls we declared
He’d better be locked up away from harm,
So three men from the Aylesbury town farm
Went for him—but came back alone and scared.

They’d found him talking to two crouching things
That at their step flew off on great black wings.

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The music is from "Decoherence" by Scott Buckley.

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Season Three, Episode Eighty-Three

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After his falling out with Hélène, Pierre leaves Moscow. On the way, he meets an old man named Bazdeev, who convinces Pierre to believe in God and seek self-improvement through Masonic mystical practices. After initiation, Pierre tries to live out his new beliefs by liberating his peasants, but he totally lacks the practical wisdom to follow through. In contrast to Pierre’s idealism, his close friend Prince Andrei emerges from the war and his wife’s death thoroughly disillusioned and determined to live only for himself.

Meanwhile, Napoleon has invaded Prussia, and the Russian army is fighting the French in Poland. In 1807, after witnessing horrible conditions in a field hospital, Nikolai Rostov sees Napoleon and Emperor Alexander signing peace treaties at Tilsit and feels disillusioned by the stark contrast between soldiers’ sufferings and imperial pomp.

In 1809, Prince Andrei visits the Rostovs’ country estate, Otradnoe, where he meets Nikolai’s enchanting sister Natasha for the first time, finding renewed hope in life. He moves to Petersburg and takes a government position, revising Russia’s civil code. The Rostovs also move to Petersburg, and after dancing with Natasha at a ball, Prince Andrei proposes. Prince Nikolai, disapproving, sends his son abroad for a year. Andrei promises Natasha that if her feelings change while he’s gone, he’ll release her from the engagement. Meanwhile, despite disillusionment with Freemasonry, Pierre rededicates himself to his own marriage.

In 1810, Nikolai Rostov reluctantly leaves his regiment and returns to Otradnoe to help settle his father’s messy finances. At Christmas, Nikolai and his cousin Sonya’s romance rekindles, but Countess Rostov angrily objects because Sonya is poor. That winter Count Rostov and the girls visit Moscow. During a night at the opera, Natasha falls for Anatole Kuragin and agrees to elope with him (unaware that he’s secretly married to someone else). After their plan is foiled at the last minute, Natasha, sick with despair over her betrayal of Prince Andrei, confides in Pierre, who admits that he loves her.

In June, 1812, Napoleon’s army invades Russia. Prince Andrei rejoins the army and hopes at first to find a pretext for a duel with Anatole, but he soon falls comfortably into the day-to-day rhythms of military life. He refuses the opportunity to serve at headquarters because he believes the best, bravest men are…

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War and Peace Summary

In July, 1805, Anna Pavlovna Scherer throws a Petersburg soirée where several members of the nobility—including the Kuragin family, Prince Andrei Bolkonsky, and awkward newcomer Pierre Bezukhov—debate Russia’s looming war with Napoleonic France. Prince Andrei has enlisted in the army because he’s unhappy with married life. Pierre, meanwhile, can’t decide what to do with his life. When Pierre’s wealthy father, Count Bezukhov, is on his deathbed, Prince Vassily Kuragin plots to wrest the Count’s fortune from Pierre. Though Pierre gets the inheritance, he’s listless in the struggle and indifferent to his sudden change in social status. Meanwhile, in Moscow, young Nikolai Rostov prepares to join the army as a hussar cadet.

Before heading off to war, Prince Andrei visits his father Prince Nikolai Bolkonsky’s estate of Bald Hills, leaving his pregnant wife Princess Liza there and saying goodbye to his beloved sister, Princess Marya. Princess Marya urges Andrei to show sympathy to his lonely wife and to have faith in God, but Andrei warns Marya that their harsh father mistreats her.

In October, Prince Andrei is with General Kutuzov’s army in Austria, while Nikolai Rostov is stationed with a hussar regiment; both men see battle for the first time. The first major engagement occurs at Schöngraben where, facing chaos in the field and superiors’ indifference, both Andrei and Nikolai become somewhat disillusioned about the thrill and honor of warfare. At the battle of Austerlitz, despite General Kutuzov’s warnings, the Russians make an ill-advised attack and instead are routed by Napoleon. Prince Andrei briefly rallies the scattered Russians, then he gets wounded and realizes the insignificance of Napoleon and the war as he lies contemplating the infinite sky.

Back in Russia, Prince Vassily manipulates newly wealthy Pierre into marrying his beautiful but debauched daughter Hélène Kuragin. In the winter of 1805–1806, during a pause in the war, Pierre duels with a coldhearted soldier named Dolokhov over Dolokhov’s rumored affair with Hélène. Though Pierre unexpectedly wins the duel, he separates from Hélène in anger. Meanwhile, at Bald Hills, Princess Liza dies in childbirth just as Prince Andrei—believed to have died at Austerlitz—unexpectedly arrives home. Nikolai returns to his regiment in 1806 after incurring massive gambling debts to Dolokhov, who hoped to marry Sonya Rostov and resents her love for her cousin Nikolai.

After his falling out with Hélène, Pierre leaves Moscow. On the way, he meets an old man named Bazdeev, who convinces Pierre to believe in God and seek self-improvement through Masonic mystical practices. After initiation, Pierre tries to live out his new beliefs by liberating his peasants, but he totally lacks the practical wisdom to follow through. In contrast to Pierre’s idealism, his close friend Prince Andrei emerges from the war and his wife’s death thoroughly disillusioned and determined to live only for himself.

Meanwhile, Napoleon has invaded Prussia, and the Russian army is fighting the French in Poland. In 1807, after witnessing horrible conditions in a field hospital, Nikolai Rostov sees Napoleon and Emperor Alexander signing peace treaties at Tilsit and feels disillusioned by the stark contrast between soldiers’ sufferings and imperial pomp.

In 1809, Prince Andrei visits the Rostovs’ country estate, Otradnoe, where he meets Nikolai’s enchanting sister Natasha for the first time, finding renewed hope in life. He moves to Petersburg and takes a government position, revising Russia’s civil code. The Rostovs also move to Petersburg, and after dancing with Natasha at a ball, Prince Andrei proposes. Prince Nikolai, disapproving, sends his son abroad for a year. Andrei promises Natasha that if her feelings change while he’s gone, he’ll release her from the engagement. Meanwhile, despite disillusionment with Freemasonry, Pierre rededicates himself to his own marriage.

In 1810, Nikolai Rostov reluctantly leaves his regiment and returns to Otradnoe to help settle his father’s messy finances. At Christmas, Nikolai and his cousin Sonya’s romance rekindles, but Countess Rostov angrily objects because Sonya is poor. That winter Count Rostov and the girls visit Moscow. During a night at the opera, Natasha falls for Anatole Kuragin and agrees to elope with him (unaware that he’s secretly married to someone else). After their plan is foiled at the last minute, Natasha, sick with despair over her betrayal of Prince Andrei, confides in Pierre, who admits that he loves her.

In June, 1812, Napoleon’s army invades Russia. Prince Andrei rejoins the army and hopes at first to find a pretext for a duel with Anatole, but he soon falls comfortably into the day-to-day rhythms of military life. He refuses the opportunity to serve at headquarters because he believes the best, bravest men are…

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War and Peace Summary

In July, 1805, Anna Pavlovna Scherer throws a Petersburg soirée where several members of the nobility—including the Kuragin family, Prince Andrei Bolkonsky, and awkward newcomer Pierre Bezukhov—debate Russia’s looming war with Napoleonic France. Prince Andrei has enlisted in the army because he’s unhappy with married life. Pierre, meanwhile, can’t decide what to do with his life. When Pierre’s wealthy father, Count Bezukhov, is on his deathbed, Prince Vassily Kuragin plots to wrest the Count’s fortune from Pierre. Though Pierre gets the inheritance, he’s listless in the struggle and indifferent to his sudden change in social status. Meanwhile, in Moscow, young Nikolai Rostov prepares to join the army as a hussar cadet.

Before heading off to war, Prince Andrei visits his father Prince Nikolai Bolkonsky’s estate of Bald Hills, leaving his pregnant wife Princess Liza there and saying goodbye to his beloved sister, Princess Marya. Princess Marya urges Andrei to show sympathy to his lonely wife and to have faith in God, but Andrei warns Marya that their harsh father mistreats her.

In October, Prince Andrei is with General Kutuzov’s army in Austria, while Nikolai Rostov is stationed with a hussar regiment; both men see battle for the first time. The first major engagement occurs at Schöngraben where, facing chaos in the field and superiors’ indifference, both Andrei and Nikolai become somewhat disillusioned about the thrill and honor of warfare. At the battle of Austerlitz, despite General Kutuzov’s warnings, the Russians make an ill-advised attack and instead are routed by Napoleon. Prince Andrei briefly rallies the scattered Russians, then he gets wounded and realizes the insignificance of Napoleon and the war as he lies contemplating the infinite sky.

Back in Russia, Prince Vassily manipulates newly wealthy Pierre into marrying his beautiful but debauched daughter Hélène Kuragin. In the winter of 1805–1806, during a pause in the war, Pierre duels with a coldhearted soldier named Dolokhov over Dolokhov’s rumored affair with Hélène. Though Pierre unexpectedly wins the duel, he separates from Hélène in anger. Meanwhile, at Bald Hills, Princess Liza dies in childbirth just as Prince Andrei—believed to have died at Austerlitz—unexpectedly arrives home. Nikolai returns to his regiment in 1806 after incurring massive gambling debts to Dolokhov, who hoped to marry Sonya Rostov and resents her love for her cousin Nikolai.

After his falling out with Hélène, Pierre leaves Moscow. On the way, he meets an old man named Bazdeev, who convinces Pierre to believe in God and seek self-improvement through Masonic mystical practices. After initiation, Pierre tries to live out his new beliefs by liberating his peasants, but he totally lacks the practical wisdom to follow through. In contrast to Pierre’s idealism, his close friend Prince Andrei emerges from the war and his wife’s death thoroughly disillusioned and determined to live only for himself.

Meanwhile, Napoleon has invaded Prussia, and the Russian army is fighting the French in Poland. In 1807, after witnessing horrible conditions in a field hospital, Nikolai Rostov sees Napoleon and Emperor Alexander signing peace treaties at Tilsit and feels disillusioned by the stark contrast between soldiers’ sufferings and imperial pomp.

In 1809, Prince Andrei visits the Rostovs’ country estate, Otradnoe, where he meets Nikolai’s enchanting sister Natasha for the first time, finding renewed hope in life. He moves to Petersburg and takes a government position, revising Russia’s civil code. The Rostovs also move to Petersburg, and after dancing with Natasha at a ball, Prince Andrei proposes. Prince Nikolai, disapproving, sends his son abroad for a year. Andrei promises Natasha that if her feelings change while he’s gone, he’ll release her from the engagement. Meanwhile, despite disillusionment with Freemasonry, Pierre rededicates himself to his own marriage.

In 1810, Nikolai Rostov reluctantly leaves his regiment and returns to Otradnoe to help settle his father’s messy finances. At Christmas, Nikolai and his cousin Sonya’s romance rekindles, but Countess Rostov angrily objects because Sonya is poor. That winter Count Rostov and the girls visit Moscow. During a night at the opera, Natasha falls for Anatole Kuragin and agrees to elope with him (unaware that he’s secretly married to someone else). After their plan is foiled at the last minute, Natasha, sick with despair over her betrayal of Prince Andrei, confides in Pierre, who admits that he loves her.

In June, 1812, Napoleon’s army invades Russia. Prince Andrei rejoins the army and hopes at first to find a pretext for a duel with Anatole, but he soon falls comfortably into the day-to-day rhythms of military life. He refuses the opportunity to serve at headquarters because he believes the best, bravest men are…

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War and Peace Summary

In July, 1805, Anna Pavlovna Scherer throws a Petersburg soirée where several members of the nobility—including the Kuragin family, Prince Andrei Bolkonsky, and awkward newcomer Pierre Bezukhov—debate Russia’s looming war with Napoleonic France. Prince Andrei has enlisted in the army because he’s unhappy with married life. Pierre, meanwhile, can’t decide what to do with his life. When Pierre’s wealthy father, Count Bezukhov, is on his deathbed, Prince Vassily Kuragin plots to wrest the Count’s fortune from Pierre. Though Pierre gets the inheritance, he’s listless in the struggle and indifferent to his sudden change in social status. Meanwhile, in Moscow, young Nikolai Rostov prepares to join the army as a hussar cadet.

Before heading off to war, Prince Andrei visits his father Prince Nikolai Bolkonsky’s estate of Bald Hills, leaving his pregnant wife Princess Liza there and saying goodbye to his beloved sister, Princess Marya. Princess Marya urges Andrei to show sympathy to his lonely wife and to have faith in God, but Andrei warns Marya that their harsh father mistreats her.

In October, Prince Andrei is with General Kutuzov’s army in Austria, while Nikolai Rostov is stationed with a hussar regiment; both men see battle for the first time. The first major engagement occurs at Schöngraben where, facing chaos in the field and superiors’ indifference, both Andrei and Nikolai become somewhat disillusioned about the thrill and honor of warfare. At the battle of Austerlitz, despite General Kutuzov’s warnings, the Russians make an ill-advised attack and instead are routed by Napoleon. Prince Andrei briefly rallies the scattered Russians, then he gets wounded and realizes the insignificance of Napoleon and the war as he lies contemplating the infinite sky.

Back in Russia, Prince Vassily manipulates newly wealthy Pierre into marrying his beautiful but debauched daughter Hélène Kuragin. In the winter of 1805–1806, during a pause in the war, Pierre duels with a coldhearted soldier named Dolokhov over Dolokhov’s rumored affair with Hélène. Though Pierre unexpectedly wins the duel, he separates from Hélène in anger. Meanwhile, at Bald Hills, Princess Liza dies in childbirth just as Prince Andrei—believed to have died at Austerlitz—unexpectedly arrives home. Nikolai returns to his regiment in 1806 after incurring massive gambling debts to Dolokhov, who hoped to marry Sonya Rostov and resents her love for her cousin Nikolai.

After his falling out with Hélène, Pierre leaves Moscow. On the way, he meets an old man named Bazdeev, who convinces Pierre to believe in God and seek self-improvement through Masonic mystical practices. After initiation, Pierre tries to live out his new beliefs by liberating his peasants, but he totally lacks the practical wisdom to follow through. In contrast to Pierre’s idealism, his close friend Prince Andrei emerges from the war and his wife’s death thoroughly disillusioned and determined to live only for himself.

Meanwhile, Napoleon has invaded Prussia, and the Russian army is fighting the French in Poland. In 1807, after witnessing horrible conditions in a field hospital, Nikolai Rostov sees Napoleon and Emperor Alexander signing peace treaties at Tilsit and feels disillusioned by the stark contrast between soldiers’ sufferings and imperial pomp.

In 1809, Prince Andrei visits the Rostovs’ country estate, Otradnoe, where he meets Nikolai’s enchanting sister Natasha for the first time, finding renewed hope in life. He moves to Petersburg and takes a government position, revising Russia’s civil code. The Rostovs also move to Petersburg, and after dancing with Natasha at a ball, Prince Andrei proposes. Prince Nikolai, disapproving, sends his son abroad for a year. Andrei promises Natasha that if her feelings change while he’s gone, he’ll release her from the engagement. Meanwhile, despite disillusionment with Freemasonry, Pierre rededicates himself to his own marriage.

In 1810, Nikolai Rostov reluctantly leaves his regiment and returns to Otradnoe to help settle his father’s messy finances. At Christmas, Nikolai and his cousin Sonya’s romance rekindles, but Countess Rostov angrily objects because Sonya is poor. That winter Count Rostov and the girls visit Moscow. During a night at the opera, Natasha falls for Anatole Kuragin and agrees to elope with him (unaware that he’s secretly married to someone else). After their plan is foiled at the last minute, Natasha, sick with despair over her betrayal of Prince Andrei, confides in Pierre, who admits that he loves her.

In June, 1812, Napoleon’s army invades Russia. Prince Andrei rejoins the army and hopes at first to find a pretext for a duel with Anatole, but he soon falls comfortably into the day-to-day rhythms of military life. He refuses the opportunity to serve at headquarters because he believes the best, bravest men are…

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The Glorious Logs of the Prophet Salamandren (peace be upon him)

Season Three, Episode Eighty-Two

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This poem was printed in 1808, in the preface to "Milton, a Poem." It is said to concern the legend that Jesus Christ, when a young man, visited England with his uncle, Joseph of Arimathaea. Joseph is said to have been a tin-merchant, and Jesus his ship’s carpenter. They first landed at Cornwall, and travelled as far as the Mendip Hills in Somerset. After the death of Jesus, Joseph returned to England, and built the first English church at Glastonbury.

The poet speculates that Jesus brought heaven to earth when he came to our country; and then resolves a moral and intellectual fight to rebuild heaven in the present day. This is why I emphasize the word "we" in the penultimate line, which seems to contrast the Jerusalem of ancient time against the one that is now to be built.

The popular title "Jerusalem" derives from the title of the hymn by Sir Hubert Parry, who wrote music for Blake's words in 1916. Jerusalem is often considered to be the English national anthem.

A minor note concerning pronunciation. In modern Received Pronunciation, it is most common to say the word pasture as /'pɑːstjə/ (pah-sture). But in Walker’s Pronouncing Dictionary, published in 1791, I find that what is now the American pronunciation, /'pæs.tʃɚ/ (pas-ture), was the standard one in Britain at the time of Blake; so I have preferred it in this recording. (Walker gives to “pasture” the same vowel-sound as in “pat,” “patch,” and "pasty,” and a different one from that in the word “bath.”) The same pronunciation is also used in many British dialects.

Transcript:

And did those feet in ancient time,
Walk upon England’s mountains green:
And was the holy Lamb of God,
On England’s pleasant pastures seen!

And did the Countenance Divine,
Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
And was Jerusalem builded here,
Among these dark Satanic Mills?

Bring me my Bow of burning gold;
Bring me my Arrows of desire:
Bring me my Spear: O clouds unfold!
Bring me my Chariot of fire!

I will not cease from Mental Fight,
Nor shall my Sword sleep in my hand:
Till we have built Jerusalem,
In England’s green & pleasant Land.

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Beethoven's "Piano Concerto no. 5 in Eb 'Emperor', Op. 73 - II. Adagio un poco mosso" performed by Ursula Oppens and DuPage Symphony Orchestra is licensed and adapted under CC BY 3.0.

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Gregory Hood speaks with one of the most important new publishing houses, Imperium Press, about their editions of historical, philosophical, and classical texts. This is the place to start for those looking to deepen their political and cultural education, or even build a curriculum for home-schooling.

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Thanks to Ivan Bridgewater for the stock footage.

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Season Three, Episode Seventy-Nine

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Well I survived that, I'll survive killing the president, the prime minister, genociding half the politicians (and suspicious of the other half) in the US SENATE and CONGRESS, including TRUDEAU and STARTING WITH SOON TO BE BRIANLESS BIDEN, throwing terrorist attacks like toy cars and plastic bats, while treason is the water i drink..... it would be seen to be an ironic statement, I don't deal in irony, I deal in killing pedo presidents, genocide of pedo politicians, and genocide of anyone who gets in front of my toy car or in my way, on the road to WAR, and TREASON IS MY COLD WATER....... irony...... i don't deal in such poison, i kill presidents completely unironically, that's funny enough as it is. No irony required..... YOU WON'T LIKE ME WHEN I:M IRONIC When they kill all life on earth rather than go quietly, worth it to genocide that many pedoes...... I have grown to distaste for them to DEATH until they ALL DIE, UNSEAL THE EPSTEIN HITLIST!!!!!

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Season Three, Episode Seventy-Four

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In this chapter, the APEXES are not happy that they are equal now. They did not wish to be equal.
And they are angry now, killing everything in sight.
chutchutchutchutchut Gurgeh cuts them down,
picks them up, and throws them away.....
The APEXES will be equal, whether they like it or NOT.

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The best thing I have ever written in my life.
I will wrap it up in 2 weeks and sell it on AMAZON.
I shall buy the first copy. >;)

Are you, having second thoughts about me?

Put it out of your mind, eh?

We are not here for rolling around crying about being weak, we are here for something beautiful, grand, me.

I am NOT an INVALID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*chotchotchotchotchot*
*chotchotchotchot*
*chot*

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I will stipulate that, in addition to not harassing Popopoka, I ask you also not to harass any of the commenters showcased in the video.

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Season Three, Episode Sixty-Seven

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Ode to Man is a name often given to the first stasimon or "standing song" in Sophocles' play Antigone, a poem which the chorus would sing while standing in the orchestra. The Ode is often compared with the famous speech in Shakespeare beginning, "What a piece of work is man." D'Angour (2021) says of the Ode to Man that it "has become the most famous ode in Greek tragedy."

The English translation below and in the video is free to use under CC-BY-4.0 (attribution only).

Timestamps:

00:00 Strophe a
01:14 Antistrophe a
02:22 Strophe b
03:22 Antistrophe b

Transcript:

An Ode to Man, from the Antigone of Sophocles

The Turn

Many wonderful things there are, and nothing more wonderful than man. This being travels across even the grisly sea, in the stormy southern wind, passing through swelling waves that threaten to engulf him. And even the eldest of the gods—Earth, imperishable, inexhaustible—he wears away; as year by year the plough goes round, and he turns up the soil with the race of horses.

The Counterturn

Casting round nets, the light-hearted tribe of birds he captures, and the clans of wild beasts; and with mesh-woven cords, he carries off the tribe of the deep, that dwells in the open sea: all-contriving man! By his arts, he tames the beast that dwells in the field, and roams over the mountains. The shaggy-maned horse he binds for his own use, putting the yoke upon its nape; and uses likewise the tireless, mountain-haunting bull.

The Turn

Both the power of speech, and wind-swift thought, and the feelings of social life, he has developed for his own benefit; and in the open sky, has learned to fly from inhospitable frosts, and the arrows of the raging storm. He is all-inventing! He comes to no situation without recourse: hell alone shall he find no way to escape. For diseases without remedy, he has invented means of escape.

The Counterturn

With ingenious skill, with art past expectation, at times towards evil, at others towards good he creeps. When the laws of the land he honours, and the justice of the gods, to which he is sworn, he stands high in the city; but he has no city at all, who lives with evil because of his recklessness. Never may he share my hearth, nor share my thoughts, who acts in such a way!

Σοφοκλέους Ἀντιγόνη, στάσιμον πρῶτον

Strophe a

πολλὰ τὰ δεινὰ κοὐδὲν ἀν-
θρώπου δεινότερον πέλει:
τοῦτο καὶ πολιοῦ πέραν
πόντου χειμερίῳ νότῳ
χωρεῖ, περιβρυχίοισιν
περῶν ὑπ᾽ οἴδμασιν, θεῶν
τε τὰν ὑπερτάταν, Γᾶν
ἄφθιτον, ἀκαμάταν, ἀποτρύεται,
ἰλλομένων ἀρότρων ἔτος εἰς ἔτος,
ἱππείῳ γένει πολεύων.

Antistrophe a

κουφονόων τε φῦλον ὀρ-
νίθων ἀμφιβαλὼν ἄγει
καὶ θηρῶν ἀγρίων ἔθνη
πόντου τ᾽ εἰναλίαν φύσιν
σπείραισι δικτυοκλώστοις,
περιφραδὴς ἀνήρ: κρατεῖ
δὲ μηχαναῖς ἀγραύλου
θηρὸς ὀρεσσιβάτα, λασιαύχενά θ᾽
ἵππον ὀχμάζεται ἀμφὶ λόφον ζυγῶν
οὔρειόν τ᾽ ἀκμῆτα ταῦρον.

Strophe b

καὶ φθέγμα καὶ ἀνεμόεν
φρόνημα καὶ ἀστυνόμους
ὀργὰς ἐδιδάξατο καὶ δυσαύλων
πάγων ὑπαίθρεια καὶ
δύσομβρα φεύγειν βέλη
παντοπόρος: ἄπορος ἐπ᾽ οὐδὲν ἔρχεται
τὸ μέλλον: Ἅιδα μόνον
φεῦξιν οὐκ ἐπάξεται:
νόσων δ᾽ ἀμηχάνων φυγὰς
ξυμπέφρασται.

Antistrophe b

σοφόν τι τὸ μηχανόεν
τέχνας ὑπὲρ ἐλπίδ᾽ ἔχων
τοτὲ μὲν κακόν, ἄλλοτ᾽ ἐπ᾽ ἐσθλὸν ἕρπει,
νόμους γεραίρων χθονὸς
θεῶν τ᾽ ἔνορκον δίκαν,
ὑψίπολις: ἄπολις ὅτῳ τὸ μὴ καλὸν
ξύνεστι τόλμας χάριν.
μήτ᾽ ἐμοὶ παρέστιος
γένοιτο μήτ᾽ ἴσον φρονῶν
ὃς τάδ᾽ ἔρδει.

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Joachim Andersen’s 24 Etudes for Flute, Op. 15 - VI. Moderato in B minor, played by Paolo Dalmoro is licensed and adapted under CC-BY-3.0.

Bach’s Flute Sonata in A minor, H. 562 - I. Poco Adagio, played by Lydia J. Roth is licensed and adapted under CC-BY-3.0.

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It is argued here that the true lover is quiet and reserved, and fears to speak his love.

Astrophil and Stella, composed in the 1580s, has been called the first "real" sonnet sequence in the English language. (Roche 2000:661.)

"The two quartos of Astrophel and Stella, published in 1591 for Thomas Newman, started the late Elizabethan sonnet craze. Although Astrophel and Stella was not the first Petrarchan sonnet sequence in English, it was obviously the most influential. Between 1591 and 1609, the year in which Shakespeare's sonnets were published, about forty sonnet sequences were published, so various in form that no single definition of a 'sonnet sequence' is quite adequate." (Davis 2011:79.)

In explanation of lines 2 and 3, some Elizabethan men would wear roses, ribbons, and locks of their mistress' hair, as a sign of their devotion to her.

"Is there not here resident about London a crew of terrible hacksters in the habit of gentlemen, well apparelled, and yet some wear boots for want of stockings, with a lock worn at their left ear for their mistress' favour?" -- Greene, in The Defence of Cony-Catching, 1592.

Transcript:

Because I breathe not love to every one,
Nor do not use set colours for to wear,
Nor nourish special locks of vowed hair,
Nor give each speech a full point of a groan,

The courtly nymphs, acquainted with the moan
Of them which in their lips Love’s standard bear:
What, he! (say they of me): now I dare swear
He cannot love; no, no, let him alone.

And think so still, so Stella know my mind.
Profess indeed I do not Cupid’s art;
But you, fair maids, at length this true shall find,
That his right badge is but worn in the heart:

Dumb swans, not chattering pies, do lovers prove;
They love indeed who quake to say they love.

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This beautiful poem is a justification of Divine Providence. It was written in 1773, just before the second onset of a depressive illness, in which Cowper attempted suicide by drowning.

The wind chime, with which I mark off the stanzas, is a reference to the mysteriousness of the wind, which "bloweth where it listeth." The dandelion is another reference to the wind; since its seeds (like divine purposes) are carried by the wind to grow in whatever place it sees fit.

Transcript:

God moves in a mysterious way,
His wonders to perform;
He plants his footsteps in the sea,
And rides upon the storm.

Deep in unfathomable mines
Of never-failing skill,
He treasures up his bright designs,
And works His sovereign will.

Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take,
The clouds ye so much dread
Are big with mercy, and shall break
In blessings on your head.

Judge not the Lord by feeble sense,
But trust him for his grace;
Behind a frowning providence,
He hides a smiling face.

His purposes will ripen fast,
Unfolding every hour;
The bud may have a bitter taste,
But sweet will be the flower.

Blind unbelief is sure to err,
And scan his work in vain:
God is his own interpreter,
And he will make it plain.

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"In 1876, Wilde was moved by the atrocities against Christians in the Balkans, where the Slavs had rebelled against Turkish rule. In the following year, he wrote 'Sonnet on the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria', modelled after Milton's 'On the Late Massacre in Piedmont.' (Beckson and Fong 1997:61)

The figure at timestamp 1:42 is Ivan Stratsimir, the last ruler of mediaeval Bulgaria, who was killed in a crusade against the Turks. At 1:47 is Vasil Levski, a national hero of Bulgaria, who brought about a revolution to liberate Bulgaria from Turkish rule. The building at 1:49 is Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, built to honour the Russian soldiers who died during the Russo-Turkish war, as a result of which Bulgaria gained independence.

Transcript:

Christ, dost thou live indeed? or are thy bones
Still straightened in their rock-hewn sepulchre?
And was thy Rising only dreamed by her
Whose love of thee for all her sin atones?

For here the air is horrid with men’s groans,
The priests who call upon thy name are slain,
Dost thou not hear the bitter wail of pain
From those whose children lie upon the stones?

Come down, O Son of God! incestuous gloom
Curtains the land, and through the starless night
Over thy Cross the Crescent moon I see!

If thou in very truth didst burst the tomb
Come down, O Son of Man! and show thy might,
Lest Mahomet be crowned instead of Thee!

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Mahler's Symphony no. 5 - I. Trauermarsch by Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony is licensed and adapted under CC BY 3.0.

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