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Wednesday, 02 February 2011

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Eric

Not boring at all. I love it!
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SEK

Ha! I'm on it, don't you worry.

Jonathan  Mayhew

The ideas are very interesting. I've never heard Wilde called a high modernist before. It fits your argument, but he wouldn't have called himself that, since the term did not yet exist.

For the style you might want to enlist the aid of a composition teacher to eliminate the wordiness, awkwardness, and excessive signposting. You are a much better writer than this so I'm not surprised you don't recognize your own voice here.

Gary Farber

I'd have sworn I posted a comment on this, here, yesterday.

Maybe I didn't hit "post," or spam filter ate it, or I'm just hallucinating.

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