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[318e] when, because of you, he was in distress, and to prefer you, the man who did the wrong, and to do everything just as you bade me—for filthy lucre's sake, obviously; for to this, and nothing else, men would have ascribed this change of front in me, if I had changed. Well, then, it was the fact that things took this course, owing to you, which produced this wolf-love1 and want of fellowship between you and me.

Practically continuous with the statement made just now there comes, I find, that other statement against which, as I said,

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