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Leader of the Chorus


Leader of the Chorus
Some have said that I and Cleon were reconciled. [1285] This is the truth of the matter: Cleon was harassing me, persecuting and belabouring me in every way; and, when I was being fleeced, the public laughed at seeing me uttering such loud cries; not that they cared about me, but simply curious to know whether, when trodden down by my enemy, I would not hurl at him some taunt. [1290] Noticing this, I have played the wheedler a bit; but now, look! the prop is deceiving the vine!

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