Still no references from you. And by the way, Wittgenstein never read a
word by Eliot, either. For that matter, Wittgenstein never read a word by
Einstein. As for you two being nobodaddies, tu l'as voulus, Georges Dandin!
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>Subject: Re: Nonexistent scholarship by nobody
>Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 14:41:45 -0500
>Quoting Meyer Robert K GS-9 99 CES/CECT <[log in to unmask]>:
> > Although "Nobody" probably knew of Longfellow, "Nobody" died in 1886,
> > two years before TS Eliot's birth. Unless one believes in prophecy or
> > time-travel, Emily "I'm Nobody" Dickinson could not know anything
> > about Eliot.
>But, Robert, Emily was willing to share the name --
> I'm nobody! Who are you?
> Are you nobody, too?
> Then there 's a pair of us---don't tell!
> They'd banish us, you know.
> How dreary to be somebody!
> How public, like a frog
> To tell your name the livelong day
> To an admiring bog!
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