Plato's Dialogues - Charmides, Laches, Lysis, Meno

With my recent interest in Plato, not only have I re-read Apology and Crito, I have also read Robin Waterfield's translation of Charmides, Laches, Lysis, and Meno published by Oxford. Waterfield's framework of analysis is still primarily based on Plato's supposed chronological authorship. Of the four dialogues, Meno is relatively the longest, and has the most interesting tidbits (hypothesis in Socratic questioning, theory of recollection, solving the problem of doubling a square with a slave, circling around what is excellence / Is excellence teachable) and also directly linked to the future accusation of Socrates by Athens (Anytus angry as interlocutor of Socrates). The other works on self-control, courage, and friendship are also interesting works on their own.