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From: Craig Christensen <2644@mn3.lawson.lawson.com>
Subject: (urth) Suzanne Delage
Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 08:40:00 


>Anyway, my point is that the narrator mentions Hamlet *after* he talks
>about the "extraordinary experience" but *before* he says anything about
>forgetting it. So "Hamlet's hackneyed precept" is about the unusual, not
>about memory, making the Horatio quote most probably the one intended by

Good points, but how about this well-known quote from Hamlet?
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be"
Maybe the narrator owed her money and has conveniently forgotten it. <g>

>I was originally going to post a message saying "enough with the
>Suzanne Delage already".

OK, here's my last Suzanne Delage post.  I'm obviously out of ideas,   


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