There you are, curse you. Have a really good look. Isn’t it a lovely sight?
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"Leontius, the son of Aglaeon, was on his way up to town from the Piraeus. As he was walking below the north wall, on the outside, he saw the public executioner with some dead bodies lying beside him. He wanted to look at the bodies, but at the same time he felt disgust and held himself back. For a time he struggled, and covered his eyes. Then desire got the better of him. He rushed over to where the bodies were, and forced his eyes wide open, saying “There you are, curse you. Have a really good look. Isn’t it a lovely sight?” (Plato, Republica)