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Re: Snake, now lizard, now Noh

You are entirely welcome, Kathy. For some reason--I'm not sure what--I toured Noh plays in my junior college year. Maybe for a drama class, but I'm not sure. Since then, I've been struck by the role of ritual in seemingly ordinary human interactions. And all other animal interactions. And possibly [I've thought about this but not hard enough to bust my fragile noggin] plant interactions, such as tomatoes and marigolds. Of course if one takes this too far without scientific underpinning, it's "nanu nanu."

On Oct 7, 2005, at 4:17 PM, Cornergar@aol.com wrote:

Jim, You are truly a fount of information! Had to look up Noh plays this time
and learned maybe even more than I will ever need to know...Japanese, 5 diff.
types, performed on a 19 sq. ft. stage, etc. Still trying to figure out how
to use it in casual conversation which you did beautifully. I'm sure to impress
someone with it some day. Thanks. Kathy

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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
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