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Speechstuff and Thoughtstuff : Musings on the Resonances Created by Words and Phrases via the Subliminal Perception of their Buried Parts

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  title={Speechstuff and Thoughtstuff : Musings on the Resonances Created by Words and Phrases via the Subliminal Perception of their Buried Parts},
  author={D. Hofstadter}
}
A Mysterious Piece of Fan Mail is Buried and Resurfaces Several years ago I received an envelope from a reader of my writings, in which I found a few pages photocopied from a science-fiction magazine and a short note saying "You might enjoy this", or words to that effect, but no further explanation. I had heard of the piece's author, Poul Anderson, and knew he was a highly respected writer of science fiction, but had never read anything by him. I momentarily glanced at the strangely-titled… Expand
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