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So now our argument shows that in mournings and tragedies and comedies, not merely on the stage, but in all the tragedy and comedy of life, and in countless other ways, pain is mixed with pleasure.

It is impossible not to agree with that, Socrates, even though one be most eager to maintain the opposite opinion.

Again we mentioned anger, yearning, mourning, love, jealousy, envy, and the like,

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