[a blog by tim footman]
...and?(Second attempt at commenting. Must try not to hit the bin icon this time.)
Nabokov was well known for his own wandering 'and.
Once again I'm convinced that Nabokov is either an genius or smirking at us all behind his index cards.For some reason Flaubert is an inspired choice for this question.
Ah, but wouldn't that be "et"? Changes the whole assignment, I'd say.
FR: ...or?Murph: And he couldn't keep his butterflies closed.Billy: Both, I reckon.Mrs Peel: Yes, I thought that. Maybe it's a trick question.
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