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who, fearing the gods, maintains justice; to whom the dark earth bears wheat and barley, and the trees are laden with fruit, and the flocks bring forth without fail, and the sea gives him fish.'(8) And far more gorgeous than these are the divine blessings which Musaeus and his son give to the just; for conducting them to Hades in their description, and causing them to recline at a banquet prepared for the pious, they make them pass all the time garlanded and drinking, because they regard perpetual intoxication as the fairest reward of virtue.(9) And others extend the rewards of the gods yet further than these ; for the man who is pious and faithful to his oath, they tell us, leaves his children's children and a posterity to succeed him. With these and other like praises they exalt justice. But the unholy and the unjust they plunge into a swamp in Hades, and compel them to carry water in a sieve ; and even while still living they bring them into evil repute, and they inflict upon them those punishments which Glaucon enumerated as the lot of the just who are reputed to be unjust. More than this they are not able to comprehend. Such is their manner of praising the just and of censuring the unjust.

8. Odyssey, xix, 109.
9. The idea of a heaven of sensuous pleasures is not peculiar to Greek myths and Mohammedan superstition. "The ancient Teuton could not have endured a heaven With mere airy, tmsubstantial joys. There must be celestial roasts of strong meat for him, and flagons of his ancestral ale-"-Atlantic Monthly, vol. III, p. 8.

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