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practise or imitate anything else. But, if they do imitate, let them, from their very childhood, imitate what is becoming to men of their class, the brave, the temperate, the religious, the free, and everything of like nature with them, but let them neither do nor be skilled to imitate what is sordid, or anything else that is base, lest, by imitation, they may become partakers of the reality. Or, have you not observed that imitations, if, beginning in youth, they continue far on in life, grow into habits and become a second nature, showing itself in motions of the body, tones of the voice and modes of thinking?"
" I certainly have," he replied.
" Then we shall not permit those for whom we profess to care (and whom we desire to become good men), men as they are, to imitate a woman, either young or old, either quarreling with her husband, or in her pride contending against the gods because she deems herself fortunate, or when she is oppressed with misfortunes, griefs and lamentations ; still less shall we permit them to imitate one who is in sickness, in love, or in labor."
" Surely not," he said.
" Nor must they imitate slaves, male or female, in doing the work of slaves."
" Indeed they must not."
" No, nor vet bad men, as it seems, such as cowards and those whose actions are contrary to what we mentioned just now, who indulge in evil speaking, abusing and reviling each other, whether drunk or sober ; nor again must they, in any way, follow the example of such people who, both by

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