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[1050] Then I will go. You cannot be brought to approve my words, nor I your conduct.

No, go inside. I will never come after you, even though you may strongly desire it, since it is great folly even to attempt a useless quest.

[1055] Well, if you seem to think straight in your own eyes, may you go on thinking so. Eventually, when you have fallen into trouble, you will approve my advice.Exit Chrysothemis into the house.

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