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[76e] things of the kind.

Meno
Certainly.

Socrates
It is an answer in the high poetic style, Meno, and so more agreeable to you than that about figure.

Meno
Yes, it is.

Socrates
But yet, son of Alexidemus, I am inclined to think the other was the better of the two; and I believe you also would prefer it, if you were not compelled, as you were saying yesterday, to go away before the mysteries, and could stay awhile and be initiated.


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