"Must I die," she said, "And unreveng'd? 'tis doubly to be dead! Yet even this death with pleasure I receive: On any terms, 'tis better than to live."Lines 659–660 (translated by John Dryden).Cf. Conington's translation: 'To die! and unrevenged!' she said, 'Yet let me die: thus, thus I go Rejoicing to the shades below.'