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    I think I partly agree with Virgil here....

    I think I partly agree with Virgil here. Certainly at first glance anyway. I hesitate to conclude that it lacks depth, though. I think being playful and cute is more a vehicle than the object of the...
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    Hi Scheherazade! Do you think that cummings...

    Hi Scheherazade!
    Do you think that cummings meant to create a kind of grammatical code for the poem that we have to decipher in order to understand it? Or maybe he just wanted to turn words into...
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    What are some of those thoughts, if you don't...

    What are some of those thoughts, if you don't mind sharing them?
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    Not at all. He criticises her speedy marriage...

    Not at all. He criticises her speedy marriage before he knew of the ghost.
    Besides, he criticises her for her conduct, not her crime: "frailty, thy name is woman." This sentiment remains more or...
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    The play has more than one theme. Revenge, in...

    The play has more than one theme. Revenge, in whatever level you may perceive it to be, is decidedly one of them.
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    Unknow_lady, Don't forget the many references to...

    Unknow_lady,
    Don't forget the many references to the gods of Greek Mythology such as Hercules, Hyperion, and I am sure there are more if you look carefully. The main theme which is revenge might...
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    Only protocol? I dare say that, had they existed,...

    Only protocol? I dare say that, had they existed, her regard for the integrity of her marriage with, and her undying (or, at least, lingering) love and grief for the old Hamlet would be the main...
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    Sticky: "How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!...

    "How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!
    Here will we sit and let the sounds of music
    Creep in our ears; soft stillness and the night
    Become the touches of sweet harmony.
    ...Look how the...
  9. Thread: Sans Famille

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    Hi Sindhu, Thank you for that website. Not...

    Hi Sindhu,

    Thank you for that website. Not only did it bring back some good childhood memories ("Sans Famille" was the very first book I read), but might also be very useful for my study of...
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    Poll: Could I please nominate "The ice people (La Nuit...

    Could I please nominate "The ice people (La Nuit Des Temps)" by Rene Barjavel. I'd love this to be included in my summer reading, since I've been meaning to read it for a while. Thank you.
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    Jim85, Your difficulty with understanding comes...

    Jim85,
    Your difficulty with understanding comes from not reading the question properly. The question was not about the source of Hamlet's or Denmark's problems, it was about the cause and effect of...
  12. Thread: Sans Famille

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    Sans Famille

    Could we please have "Sans Famille" by Hector Malot, please?
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    Sticky: "In this world we walk on the roof of hell and...

    "In this world we walk on the roof of hell and look at the flowers." - Japanese proverb.
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    Yes, I would like to venture an opinion. I...

    Yes, I would like to venture an opinion. I suppose it would merely be pointing out the obvious to say that we must understand what Eliot meant by "art" in order to determine the nature of his...
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    Well, perhaps you have grossly overestimated the...

    Well, perhaps you have grossly overestimated the depth of your dive. Try flapping your feet a little longer. The science that investigates every aspect of religion is vast indeed, and the...
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    hi in Romeo and juliet the play there is...

    hi in Romeo and juliet the play there is agape,phileo and eros love shown in act1 act2 act3 act4 and act5 and the chrecters that share the love are Romeo and juliet ...thanks for thanking in advance
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    Thank you for the invitation. I have read this...

    Thank you for the invitation. I have read this play quite a while ago and quite briefly; enough that I do not feel myself qualified to give a very valuable contribution. However, I'm hoping to attend...
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    Forgive me, but it appears not so. What I am...

    Forgive me, but it appears not so. What I am concerned with in this discussion is not whether I want a job or continue with my education; nor is it about the personal difficulty in taking a forward...
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    Thank you for your responses. Firstly, I will...

    Thank you for your responses.

    Firstly, I will explain my views in a macro sense. I heard somewhere in an interview once, where it was said of the contemporary employment market that when firms...
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    The Role of the University

    I have lately been struggling over an issue that may seem somewhat silly to some people. Being a University student nearing graduation, one of my main worries is, naturally, how to approach the...
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    Firstly, thanks for labouring the point. ...

    Firstly, thanks for labouring the point.

    'Lift' can mean raising higher, yes; though can 'lift' in "lift material from other people" have that meaning? Hmm, I'll leave that to the 'grammartical...
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    Yes, and how close did he get? Still waiting for...

    Yes, and how close did he get? Still waiting for some substance here - I mean other than the undeniable Fautus and Romeo connections.
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    No, not at all. Though, the mistery of why you...

    No, not at all. Though, the mistery of why you don't answer any significant question asked is now solved. Though, puzzling still, the first post seems so long and "carefully picked". No lectures then...
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    So sorry; it was completely incompetence on my...

    So sorry; it was completely incompetence on my part to count the title of your post as a part of it, which, as you might have noticed, does include "stealing". Or was it on my part?

    In any case, I...
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    I think I can speak for many when I say that...

    I think I can speak for many when I say that 'taking a scene and making reference to it' is very different from "stealing" or "plagiarising". Stick to your original point.

    I did not accuse you of...
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