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Very true.

After the writing-master, must we not address the lyre-master next?


When assigning to the lyre-masters their proper duties in regard to the teaching and general training in these subjects, we must, as I think, bear in mind our previous declarations.1

Declarations about what?

We said, I fancy, that the sixty-year-old singers of hymns to Dionysus ought to be exceptionally keen of perception

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