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[242a] as it may; I shall cross this stream and go away before you put some further compulsion upon me.

Not yet, Socrates, till the heat is past. Don't you see that it is already almost noon? Let us stay and talk over what has been said, and then, when it is cooler, we will go away.

Phaedrus, you are simply a superhuman wonder as regards discourses! I believe

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