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[50c] as conditions in which we should find a mixture of the two elements we have now often named, did we not?

Protarchus
Yes.

Socrates
And we understand that all the details I have been describing just now are concerned only with sorrow and envy and anger?

Protarchus
Of course we understand that.

Socrates
Then there are still many others of those conditions left for us to discuss.

Protarchus
Yes, very many.

Socrates
Now why do you particularly suppose I pointed out to you the mixture of pain and pleasure in comedy? Was it not for the sake of convincing you,


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