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“Surely not like a hare by swift pursuit, nor like birds by cunning, nor like enemies1 by force. It is no light task to capture a friend against his will, and hard to keep him a prisoner like a slave. Hatred, rather than friendship, comes of that treatment.”

1 Or κάπροι, “boars.”

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