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Athens (Greece) (search for this): act 5, scene 4
Re-enter PAMPHILUS with CRITO. CRITO to PAMPHILUS, as he is coming out. Forbear entreating. Of these, any one reason prompts me to do it, either your own sake, or the fact that it is the truth, or that I wish well for Glycerium herself. CHREMES starting. Do I see Crito of Andros? Surely it is he. CRITO Greetings to you, Chremes. CHREMES How is it that, so contrary to your usage, you are at Athens? CRITO So it has happened. But is this Simo? CHREMES It is he. CRITO Simo, were you asking for me? SIMO How now, do you say that Glycerium is a citizen of this place? CRITO Do you deny it? SIMO ironically. Have you come here so well prepared? CRITO For what purpose? SIMO Do you ask? Are you to be acting this way with impunity? Are you to be luring young men into snares here, inexperienced in affairs, and liberally brought up, by tempting them, and to be playing upon their fancies by making promises? CRITO Are you in your senses? SIMO And are you to be patching up amours with Courtesans by ma
Attica (Greece) (search for this): act 5, scene 4
lf? Can you not endure your troubles with a patient mind? For as to what I say, whether it is true or false what I have heard, can soon be known. A certain man of Attica, a long time ago, A long time ago: The story begins with "Olim," just in the same way that with us nursery tales commence with "There was, a long time ago." his s is he to be interrupting me in this way? CHREMES Do you proceed. CRITO He who received him was a relation of mine. There I heard from him that he was a native of Attica. He died there. CHREMES His name? CRITO The name, in such a hurry! PAMPHILUS Phania. CHREMES starting. Hah! I shall die! CRI. I'faith, I really think it was Phania; this I know for certain, he said that he was a citizen of Rhamnus. A citizen of Rhamnus: Rhamnus was a maritime town of Attica, near which many of the more wealthy Athenians had country-seats. It was famous for the Temple of Nemesis there, the Goddess of Vengeance, who was thence called "Rhamnusia." In this Temple was her statu
HREMES aside. I trust it may turn out as I hope. To CRITO. Come now, tell me, what did he then say about her? Did he say she was his own daughter? CRITO No. CHREMES Whose then? CRITO His brother's daughter. CHREMES She certainly is mine. CRITO What do you say? SIMO What is this that you say? PAMPHILUS aside. Prick up your ears, Pamphilus. SIMO Why do you suppose so? CHREMES That Phania was my brother. SIMO I knew him, and I am aware of it. CHREMES He, flying from the wars, and following me to Asia, set out from here. At the same time he was afraid to leave her here behind; since then, this is the first time I have heard what became of him. PAMPHILUS aside. I am scarcely myself, so much has my mind been agitated by fear, hope, joy, and surprise at this so great, so unexpected blessing. SIMO Really, I am glad for many reasons that she has been discovered to be a citizen. PAMPHILUS I believe it, father. CHREMES But there yet remains one difficulty One difficulty: "Scrupus," or "scrupulus,