Not a City of Pigs, but a State Luxurious

Sofas and tables and dainties and perfumes and incense and courtesans and cakes and gold and ivory and hunters and actors and poets and rhapsodists and players and dancers and CONTRACTORS and tutors and nurses WET and nurses DRY and tirewomen and barbers and confectioners and cooks and swineherds and animals and a slice of theirs and a slice of ours and the unlimited accumulation of wealth? That, Socrates, will be inevitable!