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I have written an étude in words: a short, technically accomplished fragment with no passion or meaning behind it. One to practise thinking on in my spare hours. An object-lesson.
(Note that it is not a tongue-twister. It is an étude, like one that Czerny or Chopin might have written for the piano. Another term for it might be 'rhythmical koan.')
Here it is:
'Stay in the Seychelles,' say Seychelles shells who've moved to Chelsea. 'You'll never see what Chelsea shells see in Chelsea.'
I'm doing my small bit to ensure that every document ever created will be digitised within the next few years.
Here is a cartoon about duelling.
'When Honour Is Satisfied,' by W. K. Haselden, 6 January 1906, in the Daily Mirror.
HIRAM: How I Remember A Mnemomic.