A monstrous bulk, deformed, deprived of sight. Line 658 (translated by John Dryden); of Polyphemus. Variant translation: A monster horrendous, hideous and vast, deprived of sight.
Tags: ademptum, cui, horrendum, informe, ingens, lumen, Monstrum
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