1-4: ‘All mine you scorned ... to sway’. By her death, Orszula has scorned not only Jan’s worldly estate but also the gift of poetry that he would have bestowed upon her. For Quintilian, a father’s greatest gift to his son would be the cultivation of his son's poetic talent: "For I thought that this work would be the most precious part of the inheritance that would fall to my son, whose ability was so remarkable that it called for the most anxious cultivation on the part of the father." The Training of an Orator VI 1.