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SocratesLet us turn aside here and go along the Ilissus; then we can sit down quietly wherever we please.PhaedrusI am fortunate, it seems, in being barefoot; you are so always. It is easiest then for us to go along the brook with our feet in the water, and it is not unpleasant, especially at this time of the year and the day.SocratesLead on then, and look out for a good place where we may sit.PhaedrusDo you see that very tall plane tree?SocratesWhat of it?
PhaedrusThere is shade there and a moderate breeze and grass to sit on, or, if we like, to lie down on.SocratesLead the way.PhaedrusTell me, Socrates, is it not from some place along here by the Ilissus that Boreas is said to have carried off Oreithyia?SocratesYes, that is the story.PhaedrusWell, is it from here? The streamlet looks very pretty and pure and clear and fit for girls to play by.