[ilds] my time mainly

Bruce Redwine bredwine1968 at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 6 18:43:25 PDT 2010


Enobarbus lives and fed Shakespeare all his lines.


BR


On Jun 6, 2010, at 5:58 PM, Godshalk, William (godshawl) wrote:

> Enobarbus (writes Shakespeare) refers to Cleo as an Egyptian "dish." I will not tell you what I think of this metaphor.
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> All of my grades are dishonest. Give students  what they deserve and none would escape whipping. 
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> Bill 
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> Clearly Adam was the academic. When Eve tempted him with an apple, he fell for it, not seeing the true nature of the metaphor but thinking it was just a piece of fruit. As such he failed to evaluate the concept.
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> David
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> PS is it unethical to give a student 21 out of 20?
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> When Adam delved and Eve spanned, who was then the academic?
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> Godshalk, William (godshawl) wrote: > "Yes. Of course. The /Quartet/ occurs in the reader's time more than any > other 'time.'" writes Charles. > > My dear Charles, what do you mean? Do you mean that the Q exists only when read? Or does it occur mainly, mostly, when being read? > > Of course, I'm taking this out of context, but I think the sentence alone is intriguing. >    My dear Bill:  Glad to intrigue with you any old time. . . .  As a bibliographical artifact the /Quartet/ exists in a way we can and  do document.   Cloth, ink, paper, stitching, glue. . . .  But yes no story and no poetry and no meaning occur until the moment  when I open up the book and start reading, Bill opens up the book and  starts reading, &c.  And you and I make meaning out of the words in our  time reading.  Darley does not say anything or become anything without  us there to move him along.  And our re-readings are above all our  autobiography, the record of our own development as characters.  W!
> hen the great thing that has been so long coming occurs and there are  no more humans left on earth, the /Quartet/ will then no longer exist as  a work of literature.   The book's molecules, however, will persist  quite contentedly--to paraphrase Tennyson's quip to the materialist  George Eliot. . . .  C&c.  --  ******************************************** Charles L. Sligh Assistant Professor Department of English University of Tennessee at Chattanooga charles-sligh at utc.edu ********************************************  _______________________________________________ ILDS mailing list ILDS at lists.uvic.ca https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds
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