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July 11, 2006

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Mark

Hi, Holly!
This is very insightful. I've always enjoyed the mega-sentence as a literary form, especially when used as a stream of consciousness narrative. The semi-colon seperates the thoughts, in such a way that if each were it's own sentence, the effect would not be the same. Thoughts come fleeting, not meant for any deep consideration, then move on like leaves falling outside the window on a Saturday in October. They also pie onto each other much like the leaves before Andy's rake goes to work...
Good job!

Mark

joanna

What I wouldn't give to have been a fly (spider?) on the wall of the Angell/White household. I've looked up to KW as formidable role model.

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