Re: [lewiscarroll] Re: Couple of (simple?) Qs plz...
- The tale of the number of men who could build a wall in a given time. The
acrostics which were so well hidden nobody could find them, and you could
read Isa Bowman's book.
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From: "Bryan Talbot" <bryan.talbot@...>
To: "lewiscarroll" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 11:46 AM
Subject: Re: [lewiscarroll] Re: Couple of (simple?) Qs plz...
>On his sense of humour - I just don't know. He seemed to like playing silly
>tricks to humiliate folk
Could you give us some examples?
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- nope, i haven't read Phant' or any other Lewis Carroll
work, but i want to eventually.
i am not suggesting he plagerised Shakespeare, but him
and Tennial brought it a stage further.
The whole chess thing was in Shakespeare also.
I think Shakespeare used rosettes to depict the waring
families and metaphor for the bloody war.
thanks for your reply, first i've had.
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