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October 05, 2006


I'm just so impressed with this. I especially like the way you've used Ricoeur to set up a paradigm right away for talking about different aspects of meaning in a text/song -- confusion about these is where so much conversation about lyrics founders.

Thanks for the words and for the link on U2 Sermons Beth.

I find a a lot of people reading the blog material but few willing to comment. Anybody else have an opinion about the first session of the class?

I read that you may need someone to talk about U2..I have been a fan for over 20 years and I would be happy to help at any time.

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