Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 12:11:07 EDT
From: RonButters
Subject: the life of the mind

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Dear Ron,
Thanks for the reply about the review of Thomas' collection. I
had to smile at the message getting buried in the heated discussion about
Wendy's. Isn't that somehow symbolic of the passionate life of the mind
of universities? Our departmental listserv is now zinging with messages
about the strangle hold that classroom chairs bolted to the floor have on
our ability to create an intellectual climate.

Connie Eble
Department of English
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill