hatstuck snarl

theoretically, a hairstyling salon



That publisher bit makes sense. I don't see one. It's by Dorsey Rodney Kleitz,
1988. One of his chapters is on Emerson. It was mentioned in my proposal,
and isn't very relevant for my purposes. It's worth mentioning though since
there's been almost no work specific to the Persian material. Yohannan is the
man, and Yohannan is the only man. He did the heavy lifting and built the
foundation, so to speak, though his conclusions are often weak. These weak
points are great places to begin, this and the manner in which he ranks
translations=inferior, original material=superior, a Romantic and thus
antiquated notion, quaint (now there's a word, quite a word), thoreauly quaint.


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