[D-G] The NMother Tongue

malgosia askanas ma at panix.com
Wed Jan 12 12:48:33 PST 2011

My dear Charles, nobody is forcing anything on anybody, and misspelling does not an "itinerant nomadic" make.   But I do wish you lots of exictment.

At 12:27 PM -0800 1/12/11, charles hubaker wrote:
>Forcing the Masonic template onto itinerant nomadics such as Wenk is not that
>exicting, either.
>'But I would never (say[italics]) what I write.'
>(Gilles Deleuze)
>From: malgosia askanas <ma at panix.com>
>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>Sent: Wed, January 12, 2011 1:24:09 PM
>Subject: Re: [D-G] The NMother Tongue
>Ah, yes, writing "dogmqatic slumnber" is definitely a revolutionary act!  But
>how come there are no typos and ungrammaticalities in D&G's books?  They seem,
>on the contrary, to be written in perfectly dogmqatic, slumnbering,
>grammatically and orthographically impeccable French, no?
>At 11:45 AM -0800 1/12/11, charles hubaker wrote:
>>As D & G have suggested, scramble the code: it forces awake the dogmqatic
> >slumnber of the NMother Tongue.

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