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[2] This is why it is sometimes right not to narrate all the facts consecutively, because a demonstration of this kind1 is difficult to remember. From some facts a man may be shown to be courageous, from others wise or just. Besides, a speech of this kind is simpler, whereas the other is intricate and not plain.

1 Involving a continuous succession of proofs.

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