Sunday, March 7, 2010

Akutagawa's Kappa

This just in from M. Claridge:
Dear sir,

I am currently writing an essay on Akutagawa's Kappa and I think
Leopold Adelgonge Hauspie III's piece is fantastic. His opinions, thoughts and secondary readings are outstanding, and I was wondering if it would be possible to reference some of his quotes.

Best Regards,
M. Claridge


Sally Suzuki, Beholdmyswarthyface Media Director said...

M. Claridge,

I don't think that would be a problem. Let me talk to Leopold Adelgonge Hauspie III, and I'll get back to you asap.

Anonymous said...

Be my guest. But please use my real name instead of my nom de plume when referencing me.


Anonymous said...

I think Kappa may have been what Plato was, the quintessential Idealist known as the intuitive feeling type where ideas are even more real that earth and its inhabitants.

My reading seems to parallel yours, mine being Bill Thetfords, "Never Forget to Laugh." Just the lates comment from mother, who so enjoys your blog. Mother

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Anonymous said...

Correction: Should read "more real THAN earth and its inhabitants." -Mother