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Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 09:46:28 -0500
Subject: Re: (urth) Susan (Suzanne?) Delange
From: Adam Stephanides 

on 8/13/02 8:26 PM, Stephen Case at scase@olivet.edu wrote:

> Anyway, I had always wondered what "Hamlet's hackneyed precept" was exactly.
> Perhaps you've all decided this to your own satisfaction, but if anyone
> hasn't: I think it must certainly be referring to the quote that's something
> like: "There are more things in Heaven and on earth, Horatio, than are dreampt
> of in your philosophy".  Am I right?  Is that what the list has come to
> except?  Or are there other ideas?

I think this was discussed before.  In any case, you're almost certainly

There's a moderately long discussion of "Suzanne Delage" in vols. 10 and 11
of the Urth archive which you might find interesting.  (Damien Broderick
later published an abridged compilation of it in the New York Review of
Science Fiction.)



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