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Dinner at Trimalchio's
By: Madeline Dunn, Eleanor Hardwick, Dana Zahid, Steven Sorrel, Marisa Torres
"There I fell in love-- the gods arranged it that way-- with the wife of the innkeeper [..] She never refused me anything I asked of her; any penny or ha'penny I got I lodged with her and she never rooked me" (50).
"There we wondered around without getting undressed. Or rather we went joking around, mixing the various groups of bathers at their games...we quickly undressed, went into the hot baths, and after working up a sweat, passed on to the cold showers" (27-28).
"As for dumb beats, the ones that work hardest are cattle and sheep. It's thanks to cattle that we get bread to eat, and sheep help us preen ourselves with their wool. It's a disgrace that people eat poor sheep and then wear wool and shirts" (44).
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