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[545e] and say that these goddesses playing with us and teasing us as if we were children address us in lofty, mock-serious tragic1 style?”

1 Cf. 413 B, Meno 76 E, Aristot.Meteorol. 353 b 1, Wilamowitz, Platon, ii. p. 146.

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