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September 24, 2009


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> In the context of the play, the semicolon refers to the recurring theme of the use of a semicolon versus a comma in one of John Donne's Holy Sonnets.

That reminds me of when I studied Beethoven's 8th Symphony, and learned that a certain chord change was one of the funniest musical jokes ever.


The semicolon also might work as a symbol for "punctuated equilibrium" -- since we're honoring National Punctuation Day.

Oh Good. I knew you would post about this special day! I had no idea it existed and will remember it as it's two days before my birthday! Nice post!

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