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[263e] which he chose to consider it, and did he then compose and finish his discourse with that in view? Shall we read the beginning of it again?

Phaedrus
If you like; but what you seek is not in it.

Socrates
Read, that I may hear Lysias himself.

Phaedrus
You know what my condition is, and you have heard how I think it is to our advantage to arrange


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