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The Examined Life

Cellphone literature

By Joshua Glenn
Globe Staff / February 1, 2004

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IT WAS A FRENCHMAN who once had the brilliant idea to mine the ape-speak dictionary in Edgar Rice Burroughs's "Tarzan" for a series of erotic poems titled "The Great-Ape Love Song." Small wonder, then, that the first book written entirely in the equally exotic text-messaging tongue should also hail from France. (Full Article: 231 Words)

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