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Jabberwocky and Other Poems by Lewis Carroll
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Sep 04, 2009

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Fun more than anything. Probably more interesting for its philosophy of language applications than anything else (Jabberwocky, that is. The rest of the poems are mainly just clever and forgettable.) I have, however, found more people able to quote the entirety of Jabberwocky unnanounced and unexpected than any other poem. So, yeah, it's a culturally relevant thing. Callooh-callay!

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