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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Religion / Commentary on Proverbs
English term or phrase:a severe fit of the gravel
There are others still who laugh when their hearts are sorrowful, from an ambition of appearing heroic, who cannot be subdued by misfortunes. They are like the Stoic philosopher, who, under ***a severe fit of the gravel***, discovered at once his weakness and desire of concealing it by these words: "Pain, thou mayest rack me, but thou shalt not make me confess that thou are an evil thing."