Subject: Tr: 21st Century Franny? (was "Re: So long fishers")
From: georges aron (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 27 2001 - 08:38:17 GMT
> The name L. Manning Vines is not mine, but is a reference to two (right?)
> Salinger stories. He is a fictional Bad Writer, I believe. MY name is
> Robbie. Nice to meet you, Valérie. Also, I am not a she, but a he. And
> don't quite understand your last sentence, but it suggests to me that you
> misunderstood my previous post. I did indeed laugh at the Lavoisier
> mightily. The joke was made after some imbibing of liquors, and it was
> very well-received.
don't worry, I know who L. Manning Vines is. It's the favorite writer of a
character in 'Uncle ... in Connecticut'. Maybe it appears in an other story,
but I don't know which one. It was just ironic, just like when I wrote that
'people discussing about Great books are automatically fine and elegant'.
You're right, I surely didn't get your joke: I confess my understanding of
english is pretty bad; I should read Lavoisier directly in french.
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