Table of Contents | 29 October 2001
"It's in the lease, sir; didn't you read it? Furniture, fittings, appurtenances, and one swan, care of aforesaid swan to be undertaken by the hereinaftermentioned Henry Wadsworth Oglethorpe."
". . .an autopilot takes over to change the mode between writing for adults and writing for children. There are many differences—the vocabulary is simpler, the style more direct. The pace is faster when writing for children. . . ."
Who'll solve my problem? asks the moon
There's a deep secret place, dark in the hold of this ship / A fine, private place, if one could get down there and hide
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