Hence Virgil, through the mouth of Dido
, excuses the inhumanity of her reign owing to its being new, saying:
Here all is literal, even to the severed arm of Wolfe, and the urn which held the ashes of Queen Dido
There was the old Dido
, she put in here about two years ago, and sent one watch off on liberty; they never were heard of again for a week--the natives swore they didn't know where they were--and only three of them ever got back to the ship again, and one with his face damaged for life, for the cursed heathens tattooed a broad patch clean across his figure-head.
Mary then looked at him as Dido
looked at AEneas in the Elysian fields, fierce and disdainful.
Of you and against you I ask it," said Don Quixote; "for I am not marble, nor are you brass, nor is it now ten o'clock in the morning, but midnight, or a trifle past it I fancy, and we are in a room more secluded and retired than the cave could have been where the treacherous and daring AEneas enjoyed the fair soft-hearted Dido
As poor little Dido
was jerked away by the unsympathetic maid, and Purple-gaiters essayed in vain to plead his cause, Polly said to herself, with a smile and a sigh; "How early the old story begins
I had no arms," murmured Aramis, as wild and terrible in his wrath as the shade of Dido
, a partir del anuncio de abandono de Eneas, redacta una epistola al troyano para intentar persuadirle de permanecer en Cartago a su lado y no marchar hacia la mision fundacional de Roma que le impusieron las deidades, su destino y su deber como heroe.
Oliver Ashford (James Norton), the handsome offspring of Lord and Lady Ashford (Alex Jennings, Miranda Richardson), is enamoured with Dido
Lord Mansfield's wife (Emily Watson) is opposed to the plan but he permits Dido
to stay, allowing his great-niece to become a constant companion to her cousin, Elizabeth (Cara Jenkins).
The pair are Dido
and her relative and companion Lady Elizabeth Murray, brought up together in aristocratic society as sisters.
So, to this day, Dido
still brings back the greatest memories and feelings.