[206d] and besides, they are keeping the Hermaea,1 so that the youths and boys are all mingled together. So he will come to you but if he does not, Ctesippus is intimate with him, as being a cousin of Menexenus; for Lysis has chosen Menexenus for his particular friend. So let Ctesippus call him if you find that he does not come of himself.That is what I must do, I said. Whereupon I took Ctesippus
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