Re : Re: Attachment ambiguities, reported speech with humor
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|Date:||Monday, October 4, 1999, 13:08|
Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 04/10/99 10:40:01 , christophe a =E9crit :
> OK, I hope I can get away with this... I remember
> > we were talking about attachment ambiguities some
> > weeks or months ago, and now someone lends me this.
> > It's a recording of a show by a group of comediens
> > that play home-made instruments (they are called
> > 'Les Luthiers'). This is the transcription of a
> > part of that show, where a king gives a serenade
> > to his beloved Marma; he can't sing, so he tells
> > a minstrel what to say, and the minstrel puts music
> > to it.
> Hilarious, simply hilarious! :) Exactly the kind of humour I like=.=20
> gonna keep this message carefully, I don't want to lose it :) .
i laughed so much too. i could imagine the characters struggling with
words and each others. uh. no : struggling with each others' words.