(d) 33:(36:)4–6. Against thoughtlessness, especially in teaching
(e) 33:(36:)7–15. Divine preferences in Nature and Man justified
(= 2 + 2 distichs).
17 (30:26) hConsider that not for myself alone have I laboured,
And ye rulers of the congregation, give ear!
(g) 33:19–23(30:28–32). Against surrendering one’s independence to others
Give no power over thyself while thou livest;
23(30:32) Whenu the days of thy life are ended,
(h) 33:24–31 (30:33–40) On the treatment of subordinates
26(30:35) dYoke and thong bow down the neck,
On what way shalt thou find him?
(a) 34:(31:)1–8. The vanity of dreams and divinations
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