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[811c] Tell us, and without scruple.

My good Clinias, I have had, it would seem, a stroke of luck.

How so?

In the fact that I am not wholly at a loss for a pattern. For in looking back now at the discussions which we have been pursuing from dawn up to this present hour—and that, as I fancy, not without some guidance from Heaven—it appeared to me that they were framed exactly like a poem. And it was not surprising, perhaps,

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