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And death i think is no parenthesis

" cites Addison, Spectator No. 215: 'The Philosopher, the Saint, or the Hero, the Wise, the Good, or the Great Man, very often lie hid and concealed in a Plebean, which a proper Education might have disenterred, and have brought to Light.'"

" cites Addison, Spectator No. 215: 'The Philosopher, the Saint, or the Hero, the Wise, the Good, or the Great Man, very often lie hid and concealed in a Plebean, which a proper Education might have disenterred, and have brought to Light.'"

But “parenthesis” can also mean a departure from the main message, ..

though in his tale lie death Hyperbaton & Parenthesis,

~Karen Elizabeth Gordon,

Inside the parenthesis mark if it is an indented "block" quotation of more than four lines. (see p. 290 of the for when to "block" a quotation).

I first encountered the concept at Tom Pettitt’s plenary keynote at conference in 2005. Here’s a , or you can watch . Pettitt starts speaking at 36:50 minutes into the video, and his talk lasts for about ten minutes. Here’s his diagram of characteristics of art and culture before, during and after the parenthesis:

And death i think is no parenthesis” ― E.E

Having just read , I’m thinking that his idea that we need to help guide students through the different stages from denial to integration might apply just as well to the Gutenberg Parenthesis. If there is a vast cultural difference between someone entrenched in the parenthesis and someone who has not yet entered it or has moved beyond it – well, perhaps we really need to think about how to communicate between these very different mindsets.

block off the parenthetical material from the flow of the sentence without shutting it up in a prison, capture both connection and detachment.

" cites Addison, Spectator No. 215: 'The Philosopher, the Saint, or the Hero, the Wise, the Good, or the Great Man, very often lie hid and concealed in a Plebean, which a proper Education might have disenterred, and have brought to Light.'"

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in Parenthesis (4 April 2000), pp


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A Parenthesis in Eternity - PaperC

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In Parenthesis by JONES, David - Jonkers Rare Books

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SONNET 126 - Shakespeare Online

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Macbeth Act 2 Scene 2 The murder of Duncan

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The scene in which Macbeth kills King Duncan. With extensive notes.

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Westminster Abbey: Poets of the First World War

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Harold Bloom's list of the Great Books from the Western Canon

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