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In a message dated 06/10/2001 3:54:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
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> ...and that includes Goethe, Rimbaud, Machado, Pessoa, Lao Tse and all the 
> other foreign jerks.
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I like Rimbaud (and have read his works in both English and French) and 
Pessoa.  Goethe puts me to sleep. I've never read Machado.  I've read Lao Tse 
but not sufficiently to have formed much of an opinion other than it's 
interesting.  In any event, the works of TSE, and Stevens for that matter, 
are superior, but, of course, that is 'my' opinion.


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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT  SIZE=2>In a message dated 06/10/2001 3:54:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
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<BR>...and that includes Goethe, Rimbaud, Machado, Pessoa, Lao Tse and all the 
<BR>other foreign jerks.
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<BR>I like Rimbaud (and have read his works in both English and French) and 
<BR>Pessoa. &nbsp;Goethe puts me to sleep. I've never read Machado. &nbsp;I've read Lao Tse 
<BR>but not sufficiently to have formed much of an opinion other than it's 
<BR>interesting. &nbsp;In any event, the works of TSE, and Stevens for that matter, 
<BR>are superior, but, of course, that is 'my' opinion.
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