Pregnant and on doctor's orders, she begins to take a stroll through the city, and thus Delius pens her thoughts.
Not of necessity old in years, but long settled there and accustomed to peace and order (Delius).
Delius suggests that perhaps she wishes to put a chain around his neck.'
Delius, however, would connect 'upward' with 'whereto' and 'turns.'
Delius (De′lius), a name of Apollo, from the island in which he was born.
Mr. Delius was strongly opposed to any change of nomenclature being made compulsory.
Some of them, as Delius observes, emphasize the parallelism between the stories of Lear and Gloster.
Delius says that this "is of course ironical," but the reiteration in the next speech shows that it is not.
Kaltwasser conjectures that he may be the Dellius or Delius to whom Horace has addressed an ode.