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^ ^ ^ ^ [[deletion]] adapted [[/deletion]] [[addition]] qualified [[/addition]] for; those who have strong voices [[deletion]] not the parts [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] choose to appear in the plays. [[/addition]] ^ of Epigoni [[deletion]] us [[/deletion]] & Hedus; those who have fine gesture, [[deletion]] those [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] choose to act the parts [[/addition]] of Menalipha & of Clytemnestra; [[deletion]] as [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Butiluis whom I rember always acted the part [[deletion]] that [[/deletion]] of Antiopa; [[deletion]] AEsopus did not often [[/deletion]] [[deletion]] do the part [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] AEsop seldom that [[/addition]] of Ajax. Therefore what an actor sees upon the stage; ^ [[addition]] shall not [[/addition]] a wise man [[deletion]] does [[/deletion]] see in [[deletion]] reading [[/deletion]] [[addition]] life? [[/addition]] And because duties are not the same [[deletion]] betw [[/deletion]] where there is a disproportion of years, there [[deletion]] are [[/deletion]] [[addition]] being [[/addition]] some for old & some for young men; [[deletion]] also [[/deletion]] therefore I will say something of this distinction. It is the part of a young man to have a reverence for those who are older than themselves [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] to choose ^ [[addition]] of these [[/addition]] the best & most approved of whose counsels & authority they may lean upon