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    Eating & Drinking? Are we MERRY?

    Let's see... It is only 9:11 am, and I am somewhere between coffee or a glass of Merlot. Hahaha. Just kidding. I haven't even thought about eating yet. Still rubbing the haze out of my eyes. ;)
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    "Per Te" ~ Josh Groban...ahhhh Per Te ...

    "Per Te"
    ~ Josh Groban...ahhhh

    Per Te

    Sento nell'aria profumo di te
    Piccoli sogni vissuti con me
    Ora lo so
    Non voglio perderti
    Quella dolcezza così senza età
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    No Way....

    Seriously? That doesn't sound very appetizing... Bleh. :sick:
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    Not eating now, but did have a half of a tuna...

    Not eating now, but did have a half of a tuna sandwich on spelt bread, with veggie chips from Trader Joe's, and green tea....Oh yeah, and the chips fell onto my keyboard. I am bad. I am REAL BAD!
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    You would have more than chump change! Being...

    You would have more than chump change! Being social here.. not being a stranger! :)
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    This is an interesting plus for Keats: ...

    This is an interesting plus for Keats:


    Author Crawford, Alexander Wellington, 1866-1933.
    Title The genius of Keats; an interpretation, by Alexander W. Crawford.
    Publication Information New...
  7. Hello!!! Let's not forget Jane Austen!!

    Hello!!! Let's not forget Jane Austen!!
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    HELLO! What about Jane Austen? Not to...

    HELLO! What about Jane Austen? Not to mention...C.
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    Absolutely!

    You have a VALID point. We should keep in mind that often poetry was written to be performed or read aloud. It is enormously helpful in finding its interpretation. ;)
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    SONNET 18 Shall I compare thee to a summer's...

    SONNET 18

    Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
    Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
    Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
    And summer's lease hath all too short a date:
    Sometime...
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    Poll: OOPS back again

    Anthropologists by the bucket loads (lol) believe that. At least the few that I have known do. I think you might have mis-digested your pepperoni pizza with green peppers, sausage and onions......
  12. While this article had some interesting points, I...

    While this article had some interesting points, I found it rather difficult to swallow, especially without any reliable sources cited. I would imagine those exist, but they were not posted.

    I...
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    Aliscans

    Any of you feel like explicating this with me? I am reading a copy that has absolutely NO references. :idea:
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    Aliscans

    I am in the middle of re-reading Aliscans and would like some commentaries on the French piece (if any of you know much on it)...

    Thanks!:D
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    Poll: Evolution vs. Creationism

    I have posted a link to an nteresting article surrounding this topic... There are a myriad of convictions surrounding these philosophies and some actually embrace the reality of both. Given your...
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    (Better late than never...) I think whenever...

    (Better late than never...)
    I think whenever reading a book like "A Christmas Carol," it is important to keep a historical perspective while reading it, because it absolutely gives the reader a base...
  17. "Except you enthrall me, never shall be free,...

    "Except you enthrall me, never shall be free,
    Nor ever chaste, except you ravish me."

    Brilliantly written...His aesthetic presentation of the relationships in this poem are off the charts. The...
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    Inferno is Best

    Purgatorio is not bad and Paradiso did not excite me as Dante's Inferno. I think his Inferno is incredible. You should read them, just to get a full picture of his work, but they do not (in my...
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    Dante Mania

    Indeed, he really was about 200 years above his time. Amazing, really...:thumbs_up
  20. Thread: bias

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    Yep! I agree!

    ...and excellent point. :crash:
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    Pondering Dante

    Dante is absolutely controversial. His work is BOTH a literary masterpiece AND a political statement. Personally, I believe he used his ability as a writer/artist to push the margin and deal with...
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    Sense and Sensibility works better as a film. ...

    Sense and Sensibility works better as a film. (The version with Emma Thompson) I do agree that the ending was a bit rushed and unfulfilling for a reader. Pride and Prejudice is a far better work...
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    Wish I knew. It does not sound like a classic...

    Wish I knew. It does not sound like a classic though. So you might have to do a search online of modern poets. That would be my guess...

    ;)
  24. "Tis I again... :lol: In response to your...

    "Tis I again... :lol:

    In response to your statement Cuppa: Originally Posted by cuppajoe_9
    I hope I don't offend anybody, but I would consider somebody who wasted their life trying to...
  25. Thread: Hamlet

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    Hamlet's Insanity

    ... isn't it amazing how much influence the RCC had on Shakespeare even in his writing. A wonderful analysis here Shout. I fully concur. I think Hamlet tries to play God in a sense...by killing...
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