[154e] If in his soul, I replied, he is of good grain. And I should think, Critias, he ought to be, since he is of your house.Ah, he said, he is right fair and good in that way also.Why then, I said, let us strip that very part of him and view it first, instead of his form; for anyhow, at that age, I am sure he is quite ready to have a discussion.Very much so, said Critias; for, I may say, he is in fact
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