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Mispogon (beard-haters) by Julian
Translated by Wilmer Cave Wright
Chapter 37
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Well then, my discourse has now come round again to the point which I [Note 1] wished to arrive at. I mean to say that I am myself responsible for all the wrong that has been done to me, because I transformed your graciousness to ungracious ways. This therefore is the fault of my own folly and not of your licence. For the future therefore in my dealings with you I indeed shall endeavour to be more sensible: but to you, in return for your good will towards me and the honour wherewith you have publicly honoured me, may the gods duly pay the recompense!

Note 1: I = Julian