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A PRINCE OF NEUROTICS : AELIUS ARISTIDES

This happened repeatedly. We had to go up a high place-a sort of ladder-and first the younger helped me and I gave an exclamation of gratitude. Next the elder brother was above and was asking me some sort of question, and I said that he could not have done more for me.

Afterwards, as I was about to go away, I said, 'Thank you, my lords, for all the consideration and honour which you have shown me.' And they replied, ` No ; it is for us to thank heaven for letting us know a man like you : for we think that you are equally great in literature.' Then the elder began to say that excellence of character and literary excellence went together, and the younger followed with some one's saying that' writings follow character'! ` I wish it might be so,' I rejoined. ` It is good for my literary work, if you hold such an opinion of me in other matters, and if I have two advantages instead of one.' My answer to them was somewhat to this effect. And there were thousands of other incidents and sayings, far exceeding my description or expectation. Then I fell asleep and fancied that a friend called Diophanes told me that he had been with me and witnessed the amazing honours paid me, and that one of my younger companions had been there too and had been astonished to hear the general esteem in which I was held. After this I seemed to be in a bath. And first it occurred to me what a terrible thing I had done, before seeing the imperial pair, in having a bath ; for I thought I had met them yesterday. Then as I was being rubbed down and some perspiration came, I said, 'Let us go inside'. So I bathed and took an emetic towards evening, taking to heart the incident of the carrying away of the soil.

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