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What does Irving say about the point Egaeus is making is the last sentence of the first paragraph. p.s the drake halleck review p259 can help

-- Anonymous, December 03, 2003


I think your question a little bit too hurry, because it appears, when so formulated, and to my mind at least, like some blind fellow trying to angle for fried fish-sticks with honey nails, during the last hour of a misty November night... Could you precise? Yours sincerely, Raven's Shade (Belgium).

-- Anonymous, December 05, 2003

Aoww!! Please, read "hurried" instead of "hurry" in my... too hurried answer!!! Yours, Raven's Shade (Belgim).

-- Anonymous, December 05, 2003

Nice answer... fish sticks yummy!!

-- Anonymous, December 07, 2003

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