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[6] But, Cheirisophus,” he went on, “it seems to me that we ought to sally forth against these incendiaries, like men defending their own country.” “Well, it doesn't seem so to me,” said Cheirisophus; “rather, let us set about burning ourselves, and then they will stop the sooner.”

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