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Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an 
exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or 
"urgent"?

Jacek Niecko
Washington DC
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:57 PM
Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE


> Has anyone on the TSE list seen it?  =======>>>>>>  -- cheers,  --  Jim 
> Loucks
>
> In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS:
>
> "His prose was unreadable and his verse was unprintable": unveiled this 
> week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd pastiche of T. S. Eliot 
> written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. 
> The TLS prints the poem in full for the first time; readers are invited to 
> identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" - or to invent some of 
> their own.
>
>
> James Loucks, Ph.D.
> Ohio State University-Newark
> 1179 University Dr.
> Newark, OH 43055-1797
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> 740.366.9423
> fax 740.366.5047
>