am 10.04.2006 16:21 Uhr schrieb Nancy Gish unter [log in to unmask]:
> Ich heise Dunkel. In the US during WWII, that was not, apparently, a good
> thing. I love it now, but as a child--when it was the name I used--I disliked
> it. It was "Die Lorelie" that changed my feeling. (Die Luft ist Kühl und est
> dunkelt) Aber Ich bin nicht ein dunkelmann. I would not appreciate being
> called that by everyone who disliked Germans. I think I have the right to
> choose my own naming.
What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as