[205c] is composing or poetry; so that the productions of all arts are kinds of poetry, and their craftsmen are all poets.’“‘That is true.’“‘But still, as you are aware,’ said she, ‘they are not called poets: they have other names, while a single section disparted from the whole of poetry—merely the business of music and meters—is entitled with the name of the whole. This and no more is called poetry; those only who possess this branch of the art are poets.’“‘Quite true,’ I said.“‘Well, it is just the same with love. Generically, indeed,
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