=SDC= Q6: See the connection

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Jerry Friedman

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Aug 31, 2012, 1:29:37 PM8/31/12
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Alexis wrote a poem, and a work of the same title is quoted by a buck
again. What is the evangelical connection?

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Jerry Friedman, T. O. Panelist

James Hogg

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Aug 31, 2012, 2:46:43 PM8/31/12
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Jerry Friedman wrote:
> Alexis wrote a poem, and a work of the same title is quoted by a buck
> again. What is the evangelical connection?

This is really frustrating. I've got the poem and the work quoted by the
buck, but I'm not sure of the evangelical connection; I can only see
half the connection. Anyway, I'll say Saint John.

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James

Jerry Friedman

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Aug 31, 2012, 2:52:10 PM8/31/12
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Thank you! Note the name of the real person that Buck Mulligan was
based on (or that the Panel thinks he was based on).

James Hogg

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Aug 31, 2012, 2:57:51 PM8/31/12
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Of course. It's obvious now.

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James

Snidely

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Sep 1, 2012, 1:43:24 PM9/1/12
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Jerry Friedman formulated the question :
> On Aug 31, 12:48ï¿œpm, James Hogg <Jas.H...@gOUTmail.com> wrote:
>> Jerry Friedman wrote:
>>> Alexis wrote a poem, and a work of the same title is quoted by a buck
>>> again. ï¿œWhat is the evangelical connection?
>>
>> This is really frustrating. I've got the poem and the work quoted by the
>> buck, but I'm not sure of the evangelical connection; I can only see
>> half the connection. Anyway, I'll say Saint John.
>
> Thank you! Note the name of the real person that Buck Mulligan was
> based on (or that the Panel thinks he was based on).

Which Alexis opened the clew?

/dps

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James Hogg

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Sep 1, 2012, 1:48:29 PM9/1/12
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Snidely wrote:
> Jerry Friedman formulated the question :
>> On Aug 31, 12:48 pm, James Hogg <Jas.H...@gOUTmail.com> wrote:
>>> Jerry Friedman wrote:
>>>> Alexis wrote a poem, and a work of the same title is quoted by a buck
>>>> again. What is the evangelical connection?
>>>
>>> This is really frustrating. I've got the poem and the work quoted by the
>>> buck, but I'm not sure of the evangelical connection; I can only see
>>> half the connection. Anyway, I'll say Saint John.
>>
>> Thank you! Note the name of the real person that Buck Mulligan was
>> based on (or that the Panel thinks he was based on).
>
> Which Alexis opened the clew?

Alexis Leger, who used the pseudonym Saint-John Perse.

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James

Snidely

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Sep 1, 2012, 3:14:05 PM9/1/12
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James Hogg used his keyboard to write :
Ah, I only got as far as Anyone For Tennyson.

Snidely

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Sep 1, 2012, 3:17:23 PM9/1/12
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on 9/1/2012, Snidely supposed :
But I did read a translation of Xenophon in my wild and reckless days.

/dps "probably Penguin's"
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