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What does this line mean ''what to him are plato and the swing of the pleaides'' in the man with the hoe

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  • Réponse publiée par: girly61

    Knowledge

    Explanation:

    Plato is a Philosopher existed before Christ then Pleaides is a sea nymph.

  • Réponse publiée par: elishakim80

    answer:

    the climax of this story is when luke skywalker and the rebels find a vulnerable section in darth vader's death star. after many failed attempts, it's up to luke to destroy the space ship. vader nearly shoots up luke's ship, but he is saved when han solo is able to get a good shot at vader.

    explanation:

  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee
        the thief who became a disciple

    one evening as shichiri kojun was reciting sutras a thief with a sharp sword entered, demanding wither his money or his life.

    shichiri told him: "do not disturb me. you can find the money in that drawer." then he resumed his recitation.

    a little while afterwards he stopped and called: "don't take it all. i need some to pay taxes with tomorrow."

    the intruder gathered up most of the money and started to leave. "thank a person when you receive a gift," shichiri added. the man thanked him and made off.

    a few days afterwards the fellow was caught and confessed, among others, the offense against shichiri. when shichiri was called as a witness he said: "this man is no thief, at least as far as i am concerned. i gave him the money and he thanked me for it."

    after he had finished his prison term, the man went to shichiri and became his disciple.
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