[Milton-L] Sacred symbols in late Renaissance poetry
Jameela.Lares at usm.edu
Sun Jun 9 18:01:52 EDT 2013
I don't know if I can take much more humor on a Sunday afternoon.
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Finally, someone talks about the elephant in the room . . .
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:19 AM, john rumrich <rumrich at austin.utexas.edu<mailto:rumrich at austin.utexas.edu>> wrote:
You know, I think I'd vote for the elephant. He intentionally uses his rather serpentine nose to provoke innocent mirth, revealing both versatile intelligence and sweet-natured energy devoted to augmenting pleasure.
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