Traditionally, the dialogues of Plato have been listed in the order in which Plato is thought to have composed them, because it's believed that Plato presented a more accurate picture of Socrates' words and ideas right after his master had died, compared to taking more literary license years after the fact.
However, what if you wanted to read the dialogues as a narration of what Socrates said and did, reading dialogues that took place earlier in Socrates' life before dialogues that took place later on? Has anyone made such a listing of the dialogues? I imagine it shouldn't be too hard, since a lot of the dialogues reference events like Socrates' upcomig trial, as well as referencing other dialogues; for instance, I think that Timaeus and Critias take place the day after the Republic, while the Sophist and the Statesman take place the day after Thaetetus. I expect the list to start with Parmenides, when Socrates was young, and end with Phaedo, which has the death of Socrates.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You in Advance.