The Complete Plays Quotes

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Dicaeopolis: For what is true even comedy can tell. And I shall utter Startling things but true. (Acharnians 29)

Demosthenes: The Gods! Don't tell me you believe in them!
Nicias: Of course I do.
Demosthenes: And on what evidence?
Nicias: Because they hate me so! That's proof enough.(Knights 56)




Strepsiades: They [Socrates and co.] teach (if you pay them) how to win any case, right or wrong. (Clouds 105)

Socrates: ...Is your memory good?
Strepsiades: It depends. Very good if someone owes me, very bad, alas, if I owe someone. (Clouds 115)


Xanthias: I'll tell you master's disease. He's a lawcourt-lover, like no one else. (Wasps 147)

First Servant: My Master's got astride upon the beetle, and up they go ascending in the air. (Peace 189)

Pisthetaerus: Oh what a plan the race of birds could launch! Listen to me and power untold is yours. (Birds 235)

Lysistrata: So fine it comes to this...

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