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#126455 - 07/26/04 11:21 AM Re: anathema
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Well, thank you very much for the correction, jheem. I have believed for over three decades now that Oscar Wilde did walk a lobster and it is very good to learn today that it was de Nerval instead. I wonder how affectionate a lobster may become.
#126456 - 07/26/04 12:06 PM Re: anathema
Well, thank you very much for the correction, jheem. I have believed for over three decades now that Oscar Wilde did walk a lobster and it is very good to learn today that it was de Nerval instead.
You're welcome, Wordwind. OTOH, Oscar did do some funny things. I've been waiting on a friend who has the French original and its provenance. I'll post when I get it.
#126457 - 12/19/04 08:04 PM Re: anathema
> when I get it
tap. tap. tap.
> placed on high, suspended, set aside
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