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Stan Kelly-Bootle | Sat, 01 Jan 2011 11:30:53 UTC

Gene, forgive beeeelated response! My col was reproduced on leading VN chat forum (details to follow) where the Pale Fire debate burns as bright as ever. Seen Brian Boyd's new book with his PF final solution? SKB

Gene Chase | Sat, 25 Sep 2010 17:07:56 UTC

Shade's dark [sic] humor illuminates [sic] the postmodern aphorism that meaning lies in the reader, not in the writer, and not in the text, for here in the humble south of central Pennsylvania, a manufacturer of potato chips (American chips, not French fries, heaven forfend!) is Lay's potatoes.

Who would have guessed? How many lay-ers do your essays have? "Only the Shadow knows."

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