[Milton-L] Re: Is Paradise Lost
scriblerustertius at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 17 14:47:10 EDT 2009
I'm glad to know that you can make words using the most commonly occuring letters in the English language, but I do not understand what you are blathering about. Maybe your synapses are not firing because I never asserted to know Milton better than you. Milton wasn't "all about censorship." He only wanted things with no orientation to his particular truth censored. A close reading of _Areopagitica_ will bear that out. Methinks I hit a nerve.
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 01:08:56 -0400
From: jonnyangel <junkopardner at comcast.net>
Subject: Re: [Milton-L] Re: Is Paradise Lost
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You know, if ³names² counted in Scrabble, and I had all the letters of your
name, I think I could win every time.
And you obviously know and understand Milton far greater that I ever could,
because you can see that he was all about censorship, whereas I¹ve been
blinded to that.
[chewing my self-censoring tongue bloody]
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