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BOOK VII

" And how," asked .ldeirnautus, " is the character of the young man developed? "
" Whenever," I resumed, " he in the first instance hears his mother vent her grief because her husband does not belong to the ruling class, and observes that on that account she is belittled among the other women ; and f urther notes that she sees his f ather quite indifferent to money-making, refusing to fight and wrangle privately in law courts, and publicly (in politics), but is perfectly aware that matters of this nature never trouble the good man, who gives them slight attention, while he neither holds his wife in high honor, nor despises her; in consequence of all this she is vexed and tells him that his father is lacking in manhood and too submissive: adding all other grievances of the kind that the women are constantly harping upon in their discussion of such subjects."
" Yes, indeed," said Adeimantus, " they give us endless talk, and their complaints are of a piece with themselves."
" Well," said I, "you certainly know that, in such families, the servants also, who are thought to be well disposed, sometimes use in secret language of the same sort to the boys, and if they see either a debtor whom his father does not prosecute, or a delinquent of some other kind, they urge upon the son that, when he shall have come to man's estate, he shall execute vengeance upon all such persons, and show himself a better man than his father. And when he stirs from home he hears and sees more to the same effect, those who in the city mind

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