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BOOK V. 308-309

308.—ANTIPHILUS or PHILODEMUS

O you pretty creature, wait for me. What is your name ? Where can I see you ? I will give what you choose. You don't even speak. Where do you live ? I will send someone with you. Do you possibly belong to anyone ? Well, you stuck-up thing, goodbye. You won't even say "goodbye." But again and again I will accost you. I know how to soften even more hard-hearted beauties ; and for the present, " goodbye, madam ! "

309.—DIOPHANES OF MYRINA

love may justly be called thrice a brigand. He is wakeful, reckless, and he strips us bare.

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