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  • You never seem to care about losing me as a commenter, and my comments are routinely incisive, such as this: the last sentence of the Gettysberg Address is longer than the train smoke that trailed the car that carried Lincoln and his entourage to Gettysberg, and disproportionately so, given the Address's mere 272 words, yet nobody would ever dream of shortening it.

    I'm always looking for the door.

  • Far from compromising the Address's appeal, this extended process of invention and assembly helps to reveal, in Wilson's analysis, the weight of Lincoln's words.

  • The number of parameters that Address's caller will pass to it.

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