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“Nevertheless,” he continued, “it is very important that your behaviour to a man should be both natural and correct. For assuredly you can neither catch a friend nor keep him by violence;1 it is kindness and sweetness that catch the creature and hold him fast.”

“True,” she said.

1 Cyropaedia VIII. vii. 13.

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