The Essex House Papers:
The scholar testifies
as transcribed by Mrs. O'Connor

This is an excerpt of one realization of "The Essex House Papers", computer generated in Macintosh Hypercard. The computer constructs these phrases until you tell it to stop. This is a work in progress. Eventually, this Hypercard stack will include sound, so the text will be read on-screen and heard simultaneously. (Started in June 1993.)


I can only tell you that Stephenson, then in America, sparkled anonymously. Before all this happened he had the response to non-perception, and then, you couldn't possibly miss it, the rather incoherent brother reading in such and such a way. No, you can't do it. This will go on for ever. This will go on for ever. It was in the 50's that the brother, a very precise genius, attended to people, which we all think is really wrong. One great hero supported a lot of quarrel. What was the point? What was the point? There was a long discussion about taste, and then, for the English people to know, the brother thinking exclusively. All that should have been done before. Richard showed such and such a word. It may be that Hopkins, a sensitive genius, invented a rumour of that sort. Why should a grown man use silly words? After a bit he got tired of snobbism, and then, for some reason or other, another executor praising exclusively. It ought not to have been done in that way. From my point of view, Blackwell, just being naughty, supported such a book. Hopkins polished a dozen of them. Never any silences. Never any silences. After that arose this idea of white on black, and then, by all means, another executor chatting and chattering away. What was the point? I can only tell you that Richard, rather incoherent, attended to a lot of quarrel. I am not going to take time. Before all this happened he had the response to metrical experiments, and then, as far as I remember, defunkt Britons denying in such and such a way. It's really wrong, it should never have been said. One great hero showed a lot of tosh. I can only tell you that Ramsey, of very little consequence, wrote a lot of tosh. It's really wrong, it should never have been said. There was a long discussion about many phrases, and then, referring to Stephenson, a man of very little consequence recording. He never wrote ‘dear Bertie'. At long long last the older brother of the archbishop, a very precise genius, supported people. I can't judge it to be better, worse or otherwise. After a bit he got tired of sensibility, and then, he tells me, people complaining exclusively. All that should have been done before the brother polished a rumour of that sort. From my point of view Ramsey, very funny, supported such and such a word. I want this to be an expression of my opinions in English. My head is whirling with impression, and then, there's no doubt about it, the genius put it across. The quarrel started in the 40's. Richard referred to such a book. I can only tell you that Richard, just being naughty, went on luckily. I can't judge it to be better, worse or otherwise. There was a long discussion about snobbism, and then, so far so good, one great speaker praising exclusively. I want this to be an expression of my opinions in English. Two or three times a week the older brother of the archbishop, the first to make that remark, didn't want that very quickly. That's 15 years to vindicate a man! After that arose this idea of grown man's time, and then, '29 this is, friends went on. Richard adjusted these cards that you see here. At long long last Stephenson, a man who provoked discussion, died in the form of a question. All that should have been done before. I can only tell you that Hopkins, a nasty chump, completed a dozen of them, which we all think is rather nasty. The older brother of the archbishop supported a lot of quarrel. I want this to be an expression of my opinions in English. After a bit he got tired of grown man's time, and then, you couldn't possibly miss it, the genius praising. It ought not to have been done in that way. It was in the 50's that Ramsey, of very little consequence, didn't want that exclusively. That's 15 years to vindicate a man! My head is whirling with many phrases, and then, '29 this is, people chatting and chattering away. What did you expect me to do and about what? Hopkins perfected fragments. I can only tell you that the brother, then in America, sparkled in such and such a way, which we all think is oldfashioned. I am very glad I did it. There was a long discussion about taste, and then, for some reason or other, the brother recording. I can't judge it to be better, worse or otherwise. From my point of view Richard, a very precise genius, participated apparently, which we all think is evidence. Ramsey invented 850 words. It sticks! After that arose this idea of sensibility, and then, there's no doubt about it, defunkt Britons went on. The quarrel started in the 40's. Richard attended to a rumour of that sort. Before all this happened he had the response to non-perception, and then, as far as I remember, a man of very little consequence reading exclusively. This will go on for ever. It was in the 50's that Blackwell, a man who provoked discussion, tried to put it across anonymously. It's really wrong, it should never have been said. You don't know and you don't care. From my point of view, Hopkins, a very precise genius, didn't want that very quickly. Ramsey made a dozen of them. It sticks! This will go on for ever. 


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