[334d] and if someone addresses me at any length I forget the subject on which he is talking. So, just as you, in entering on a discussion with me, would think fit to speak louder to me than to others if I happened to be hard of hearing, please bear in mind now that you have to deal with a forgetful person, and therefore cut up your answers into shorter pieces, that I may be able to follow you.Well, what do you mean by short answers? he asked: do you want me to make them shorter than they should be?Not at all, I said. As long as they should be? he asked. Yes, I said.
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