"I had a very wet, windy walk home from Keighley; but my，
If I must question thee again, thou'rt lost.
Well then--it was a child of Laius' house.
Slave-born or one of Laius' own race?
I stand upon the perilous edge of speech.
And I of hearing, but I still must hear.
Know then the child was by repute his own,
But she within, thy consort best could tell.
'Twas told that he should slay his sire.
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