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  • Rookie Allan James Saywell (5/13/2005 8:04:00 AM) Post reply
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    has haute been on the funny weed, or is she simple, she has said the same thing three times, now dont be boring girl

  • Rookie Allan James Saywell (5/13/2005 8:01:00 AM) Post reply

    you have to laugh at sonjas choice of poets, i bet she reads the comics first when she reads the paper, oh i just love the boofheaded irish

  • Rookie ***** ***** (5/13/2005 5:32:00 AM) Post reply

    another interesting post from earlier:

    Our collective mantra: social exclusion, social exclusion, social exclusion....ohhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

  • Rookie Allan James Saywell (5/13/2005 3:46:00 AM) Post reply

    i'v just had to repremand my brother for being to nice, i told him if your going
    to fire give them both barrels, that is what they used to do in the old westerns
    nice to see you back sandra, yes we burnt england

  • Rookie Yotanka Drake (5/13/2005 3:20:00 AM) Post reply

    I haven't been in this forum from a long time. Actually, I studie for my exam i pass this week.
    I have a question: what do you think about versification? It seems to be a little hard or do you simply need to let you to dive in the atmosphere of the poem?

  • Rookie Allan James Saywell (5/13/2005 12:33:00 AM) Post reply

    is it neuman from seinfeld

  • Rookie Michael Shepherd (5/12/2005 4:55:00 PM) Post reply

    A flip response would be, that category 1 is normal practice (and I would add, placing the work in a/the wider cultural context) - and that as the critic's ego/status increases, he starts to view it as progressively in the other three categories! Book cover gives the game away; 'LEAVIS on Milton'.

  • Rookie Michael Shepherd (5/12/2005 1:21:00 PM) Post reply

    The sense of the birth of a work, its caring, then 'casting out from the family nest' to live its own life, was common to Latin authors, on account of the pun, 'liber' for book and 'liber' for child. And who wrote 'Goe, littel booke...'?

  • Rookie His Homeynence Sir Peckerwood Ali (5/12/2005 5:52:00 AM) Post reply

    relax sherrie...His Homeynence is warming up and coming in to pitch the ninth...

  • Rookie His Homeynence Sir Peckerwood Ali (5/12/2005 5:45:00 AM) Post reply

    Messieurs Nehrdwell,

    Take heed, and beware of all covetousness; for a man's life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.
    Luke 12: 15


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