On receiving this information, “Good Heavens!” exclaimed Socrates; “what wrong do they imagine your lad has done them that is grave enough to make them wish to kill him?”Syr. “It is not killing him that they desire; oh, no! but to persuade him to sleep with them.”Soc. “Your belief, then, if I mistake not, is that if this happened, he would be undone?”Syr. “Aye, utterly!”
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