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There, lift your head, dear! (Wondering what else to tantalize


him with; to herself)
Is that all, I wonder?


CINESIAS (misunderstanding)


Surely. there's nothing else. Come, my treasure.


MYRRHINE


I am just unfastening my girdle. But remember what you promised me


about making peace; mind you keep your word.


CINESIAS


Yes, yes, upon my life I will.


MYRRHINE


Why, you have no blanket!


CINESIAS


My god, what difference does that make? What I want is to make


love!


MYRRHINE (going out again)


Never fear-directly, directly! I'll be back in no time.


CINESIAS


The woman will kill me with her blankets!


MYRRHINE (coming back with a blanket)


Now, get yourself up.


CINESIAS (pointing)

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