From: Wayne Leman (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 20 2000 - 00:35:15 EDT
> I assume this post will help muddle the issue a little.
Actually, Clay, it didn't--instead, it clarified things even more for me.
But then I'm already a believer, not only that the most critical elements of
a writer's intended meaning are usually expressed most clearly and/or
forcefully at higher levels of discourse, but also that writers often play
with their hearers using various rhetorical devices to get their point
You playful muddler, you! :-)
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