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272 Portuguese Fr ancisco de Sá de Mir anda (1481–1558) “At the voice of the enchanter” At the voice of the enchanter Even the serpent shuts his ear: Lo, I who listened would that sense Deranged with grief might disappear. Those most chary of the sea Flee the singing of the siren; Not strength restrained nor policy When your voice invading me Struck soul and senses alien. W. S. Merwin, 1952 ...


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