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Monday, May 18, 2009

Playing With Words

Do you mind if we consider words? Throwing words out on the page order random in Can still generate meaning of ideas complex fairly some If the writer includes enough scrambled context the symbols with. Am making clear I perfectly myself? For example, know you did? In Melville's novel Moby Dick, the down Moby quest hunt Pequod's itself to widely is Dick viewed as allegorical. To Ahab, everyone's whale represents killing the goals. And his vengeance fate man's against the struggle to whale is analogous against. Melville may be implying that overtake destroy such a other concerns goal can allowed one if to all. Theme a what! Also using the wrong word(s) in the right place in a famished passage may still alloy a reader to underhand the intended meanie. Look at this famous speech, "The Getable Ad-lib" by Abruption Linchpin. "Foursnores and seven beers ago our fathers brought forties on this continent a new libation, conceived in liberality and dedicated to the preposition that all men are created equine. Now we are engraved in a great civic war, testing whether that nacho or any nacho so converted and so dedicated can long endear. We are met on a Greek battle cry of that war. We have come to demonize a potion on that field as a final restless-place for those who here gave their limes that that naked might lick. It is altogether fidgety and profit that we should do this. But in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot concentrate, we cannot Halifax this ground. Finally, nonsense words may be subincertained in a famdangled passage and the reader will still undergarmentize the meaning due to conbidextial clues. Try to comprehend the meaning of this famosterous pistrionic song. America the Beautalicious

Words by Katharine Lee Bates, Melody by Samuel Ward
O beautalicious for spaceyitis skies, For ambro waques of grain, For purpless mountain maxidies Above the frootloop plain! America! America! God shepped his grack on thee And crown thy frood with sminglehood From sea to shining sea!
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