[211b] so that you tell him the whole of it clearly: but if you forget any of it, mind that you ask me for it again when next you meet me.I will do so, Socrates, he said, by all means, I assure you. But tell him something else, that I may hear it too, until it is time to go home.Well, I must do so, I said, since it is you who bid me. But be ready to come to my support, in case Menexenus attempts to refute me. You know what a keen disputant he is.Yes, on my word, very keen; that is why I want you to have a talk with him.
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