Literature as Equipment for Living

Steffasong@aol.com Steffasong at aol.com
Mon Apr 4 04:55:30 EST 2005


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In a message dated 4/1/2005 10:37:44 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
drceej at prodigy.net writes:

> Second, you really should read "Literature as Equipment for Living." No, 
> really. It's lucid, brilliant, brief, and fun. Best darned 45 minutes 
> I've spent all week (I read slowly, and was underlining and 
> margin-noting along the way).

Wow, now I absolutely MUST read it this week.  You've got me sold, CeeJ. 
THanks.

On first try I'm having a problem accessing it on through the Burke Society 
web site link, but as soon as I get my hands on the full article I will read it 
and respond.

Thanks!
Stephanie

PS:  Did you ever get to your dishwasher? ;-)


Stephanie Bennett
Coral Springs, FL

". . .those who have their old systems so much before their eyes that they 
have already decided what should be approved or disapproved desire no discussion 
which could stand in the way of their private views."  Immanuel Kant

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PS:&nbsp; Did you ever get to your dishwasher? ;-)<BR>
<BR>
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