Homer Quote

There is nothing more shameless than the accursed belly; it thrusts itself upon a man's mind in spite of his afflictions.


The Odyssey bk. 7, l. 219

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There is nothing more shameless than the accursed belly; it thrusts itself upon a man's mind in spite of his afflictions.

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There is nothing more shameless than the accursed belly; it thrusts itself upon a man's mind in spite of his afflictions.

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There is nothing more shameless than the accursed belly; it thrusts itself upon a man's mind in spite of his afflictions.

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There is nothing more shameless than the accursed belly; it thrusts itself upon a man's mind in spite of his afflictions.