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“‘About vine1 planting then, Socrates, your views are again exactly the same as mine.’ too?’ I asked.

“‘Yes, and to all other fruit trees, I think; for in planting other trees why discard anything that gives good results with the vine?’

1 The mention of the vine comes in so abruptly that one again suspects the loss of something in the text.

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