[297d] and he brought him effective relief. But if my Iolaus were to come, he would do more harm than good.1Well, answer this, said Dionysodorus, now you have done your descanting: Was Iolaus more Hercules' nephew than yours?I see I had best answer you, Dionysodorus, I said. For you will never cease putting questions—I think I may say I am sure of this—in a grudging, obstructing spirit, so that Euthydemus may not teach me that bit of cleverness.Then answer, he said.Well, I answer, I said, that Iolaus was Hercules' nephew, but not mine,
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