Young men may be taught good morals, and how they differ from bad, by the poets, ib. ... The true friend imitates and commends only what is worthy, 110. ... Counterfeiting the good qualities of a friend, he yields him the pre-eminence, 112 .
|Title||:||Plutarch's essays and miscellanies, comprising all the works collected under the title of "Morals", translated from the Greek by several hands, corr. and rev. by William W. Goodwin|