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alexandra.bolintineanu at utoronto.ca alexandra.bolintineanu at utoronto.ca
Fri May 25 10:12:39 EDT 2001


Aaah.  <slaps head> The letter clutching did it. Thank you from preventing
much frantic running around and scratching of head and maybe even pulling 
of hair.

Alexandra

On Fri, 25 May 2001, Rebecca Ganetzky wrote:

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> >>>  "This is the way the world ends, not with a bang, but with an elopement,
> >>>  not that there wasn't plenty of whining...not to mention weeping,
> whining,
> >>>  wailing..."
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> >>Oooh.  How very cool.  Where's this from?  Where's this from?
> Hint: it s Willis (hint two, which is actually not a hint, it is quite fun
> to quote at English teachers, especially when the rest of the class is
> attempting to analyze the line "This is the way the world ends, not with a
> bang, but with a whimper.")
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> To say nothing of the Dog.  The left out name that Hallie mentioned goes in
> the ellipsis "Not that there wasn't any whimpering, Mrs. Mering was doing
> plenty of that, not to mention whining, wailing, and clutching the letter
> to her bosom"  (I'm pretty sure that's how it goes, I don't have it with
> me.)
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