[219a] and in fact are designing to fetch off the old bargain of ““gold for bronze”.”1—2 But be more wary, my gifted friend: you may be deceived and I may be worthless. Remember, the intellectual sight begins to be keen when the visual is entering on its wane; but you are a long way yet from that time.’“To this I answered: You have heard what I had to say; not a word differed from the feeling in my mind: it is for you now to consider what you judge to be best for you and me.’“Ah, there you speak to some purpose,’ he said: ‘for in the days that are to come
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