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From: Patricia Cockram <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 03:51:12 -0500
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At 12:44 AM 2/12/98 -0500, David Centrone wrote:
>I don't think there is too much basis for my EP and "The Wall" idea; I've
>been immersing myself in EP and critics and events of EP lately and I saw
>the movie version of Pink Floyd's album, "The Wall," which illustrates the
>thoughts and discontentments of "Pink," a rock-n-roll superstar who puts on
>a black shirt.  If there is a basis for my (half-in-jest) apposition it
>would probably have resulted from a misunderstanding of EP events on Roger
>Water's (the lyricist/writer) part.  And, while I don't doubt the
>possibility that Waters may have been familiar with Pound's work and life
>events, the tone of the movie is too exagerated, I believe, to examine
>seriously with Pound in mind.
>
>"The Wall" should be available at any movie rental place, but, you may have
>to ask the clerk.
>
>At 11:46 PM 2/11/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>Hi,
>>I have not seen "The Wall" and haven't been able to find it anywhere, so I
>>can't comment on your interesting question.  Do you know where I might
find it?
>>
>>Best,
>>Patricia
>>
>>
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