15987Re: The Professor Speaks
- Sep 6, 2005That's right!!! Thanks Bruce. Was that the guy he met in a bar or
--- In TolkienDiscussions@yahoogroups.com, "Wilson, Bruce"
> It was in the Letters. He was talking about an encounter with a GIduring WW-II, whom he condeded was personally a nice young man once
you got to know him. After he made the 'dirty sponge' remark he
compared what Americans did to English, the language of Chaucer,
Milton, Shakespere, Pope, etc. with what what jazz, ragtime, etc. did
to the piano, an instrument made for Schubert, Beehoven and Chopin.
(Mrs. T. was a pianist, you may remember.)
>[mailto:TolkienDiscussions@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of George
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> I'm not sure. It may have been in Letters. I know I've seen it
> before though. Possibly another message board, although this is
> really the only JRRT board I follow religiously.
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