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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2004 6:14 am 
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:cry: [size=24][size=18]Hi. My name is Bethany, exciting I know. Anyway, I just sat through a class that tore Robert Frost's The Mending Wall limb from literary limb. It was heartwrenching. Is there anything good about that poem?[/size][/size]

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Thanks for replying. I never loved the Mending Wall, but I rather liked it. Now, however, I am doomed to the consience of the mind that reminds me of my professor's hardened views on the poem. Ah Well.

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