Rava said: And with regard to divorce it is not so. thus Rava holds [that] “force” is not a claim in regard to divorce. From where does Rava get this [rule]? If we say, from what we have learned: “Behold this is your get if I do not come back from now until twelve months,” and he died within twelve months, there is no divorce. [And we would conclude from this that only if] he died there is no divorce, but if he became ill there is a divorce. But perhaps I could say to you [that] if he became ill there would also be no divorce. And it teaches us that there is no divorce after death. [That] there is no divorce after death, it taught us earlier: “Behold, this is your get if I die,” [or] “Behold, this is your get [if I die] from this illness,” [or] “Behold, this is your get after [my] death,” he has not said anything. [But] perhaps [that mishnah] excludes from the opinion of our rabbis, for it has been taught: Our rabbis allowed her to marry again. And we said: Who are ‘our rabbis? Rav Judah said [that] Shmuel said: The court that allowed the oil [of gentiles]. They hold like R. Yose who said, “The date of the document attests to [when it is effective]. Rather [he derives it from the] later clause: This is your get] from now if I do not come [back] from now [and] until twelve months,” and he died within the twelve months, it is a divorce. [And we may deduce] “if he died,” and the same rule applies if he became ill. [But] perhaps [the divorce is effective] only when he died, because he did not want her to be liable to [marry] the levir (yavam). But [rather deduce] from here: here was a certain [man] who said to them: “If I do not come [back] from now until thirty days it shall be a divorce.” He came [back] at the end of thirty days but the ferry prevented him [from crossing]. He said to them, “Look, I have come [back]; look, I have come [back]!” Shmuel said: This is not regarded as having come back. But perhaps a case of “force” which is frequent is different, for since he ought to have stipulated it and he did not stipulate it, he caused himself a loss. Rather [we must say] Rava stated his own opinion: On account of modest women and on account of loose women. On account of modest women, because if you will say that it should not be a divorce.