Quo Vadis?
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A maiden called Lygia,
or Callina, disappeared.

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- l shall find her.
- By what means?

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You possess the means,
l, the brains.

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You'll die,
if you're deceiving me for gain.

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l am a philosopher, my lord,
and as such cannot crave profits,

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- especially such generous ones.
- Which school do you represent?

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l am a Cynic,
for my cloak is full of holes,

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a Stoic, for l accept my poverty,
and a Peripatetic,

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for, not having a litter,
l walk from inn to inn

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and teach for a full jar.
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Thus becoming a Rhetor.
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Heraclitus said, ''Everything flows''.
And is wine isn't a solid, is it?

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When will you start?
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l already have. l am searching
by answering your kind questions.

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- Have you any experience?
- Virtue and wisdom sell cheaply,

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so philosophers seek
other ways of earning a living.

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Good. What do you need?
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- Weapons.
- Of what sort?

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Times are hard...
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You have asked questions,
now it's my turn.

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Noble tribune, have you seen
any signs or charms on Lygia?

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Has she drawn
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any secret symbols?
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Once... a fish in the sand.
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A fish! A fish!
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- Once or several times?
- Just once.

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- A fish, you say?
- Yes.

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What does it mean?
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May the goddess Fortune
bless you both

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- in equal measure, kind sirs!
- The cloak is yours.

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Ulysses thanks you
for Theristes!


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