As to your speculations - It is standard procedure to provide an abstract of one's research. These generally have a length of 100 - 400 words and condense the subject material in a concise and suitably ordered manner. If you actually have a clear position to present, such a concise and organized condensation should not present any great difficulty.
I am aware of the concept of an abstract. However, while I initially attempted to compose an abstract upon my submission of the work to my uncle for his opinion, I failed miserably, as it has become quite clear that my books' subjects range too far and too many details would be omitted from an abstract to adequately describe the premise of my works.
I would also please ask you to present evidence that Plato's dialogues are "allegorical tales".