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I guess it would have been a perfect world if only there were no men in it.
P.
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From: "Nancy Gish" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 8:09 AM
Subject: Re: {Disarmed} Re: Of "awful daring"


> And how absurd of Dido to give that snub Eliot so admired just because
> Aeneas loved and abandoned her in the night without telling her in an
> astounding act of cowardice.  And what a waste for Emma Bovary, who, had
> she had any sense, would have just gotten a divorce and had a career or
> met someone else.  And think of Ophelia--how silly to imagine Hamlet was
> serious.  Or Desdemona.  What a fool to stick around after getting
> slapped in public.  James's heiress, what an idiot.
>
> There is no end to this.
> Nancy
>
> Kate wrote:"Emily Hale, I believe, lacked self-esteem, self-sufficiency
> and common sense if she really waited for Elliot (sic) for 30 years."
>
>
> Good thing pop psychology was not around when Homer wrote The Odyssey
> or Penelope would have visited her local Dr. Phil instead of waiting!
> Diana
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> >>> Diana Manister <[log in to unmask]> 06/15/07 10:08 AM >>>
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