Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Rob's suggested addition to my essay on cultural products of daily life in Jerusalem.

Alex says:
my last sentence was " a further reaching study"
rob (squiggle) says:
"...could go into more depth about the historical attitudes towards both cats and the mats they sat on. It was widely believed that neither they nor foxes had any indication of socks but as we can see from {source 1 - any Dr. Seuss book} this is brought into question. At first sight socks and mats appear to occupy different magisteria but upon closer inspection the local culture has shown that they belong to the same type of children's books; namely those which are based upon rhyme."

Apt, no?

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