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A soundless echo burst into fragments mimics much of the content of this poem, made up of stanzas that read like interjectory answers in a conversation to which the reader is not privy (Wohl--, aber--, doch--), and that nonetheless ends in silence (43).
and go on to explain how the eminent author "lakketh"), or when Stephen Batman, in his 1582 edition of the same work, would regularly update the information in the medieval encyclopedia, "signing" his interlocution with the original by a different typeface, or on occasion becoming almost apoplectic in an interjectory note like "Not so
The second is a long-term mission to bioengineer disenlanguagement within the human gene pool so as to unfacilitate the genetic carryization of linguistic ability from the parent interjectory informational set to the offspring receptor unit.