Akiko and the Alpha Centauri 5000 by Mark Crilley

By Mark Crilley

Akiko and her crew–Spuckler Boach, Mr. Beeba, Poog, and Gax–are competing in an intergalactic race from one part of the universe to the opposite. alongside the way in which they need to make it in the course of the slim passages of the Labyrinth of Lulla-ma-Waygo, the infamous nearly Black gap of Luzbert-7, and the lethal Jaws of McVluddapuck. All Akiko desires to do is make it again to Earth in a single piece!
But while Spuckler discovers that his previous rival Bluggamin Streed can also be within the race, successful turns into crucial factor. And Akiko fast reveals herself stuck up within the festival. Who will cross domestic with the distinguished Centauri Cup?

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In many ways, his brief letter provides a manifesto for Spenser’s approach to linguistic issues throughout his poetic career. For example, E. K. 31 E. ’s comments on archaisms and dialect words have been the primary focus of critical accounts of Spenser’s diction throughout the twentieth century;32 30 31 32 Wallace, ‘John White, Thomas Harriot and Walter Ralegh in Ireland’, The Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar: Occasional Paper No 2 (1985). It does not matter to my argument whether ‘E. ’ was a pseudonym for Spenser himself, for Edward Kirke, or for some other friend of Spenser’s.

Here he pre-empts those who would criticize Spenser for his neologistic archaisms, condemning them: . . that of their owne country and natural speach, which together with their Nources milk they sucked, they haue so base regard and bastard iudgement, that they will not onely themselues not labor to garnish and beautifie it, but also repine, that of other it shold be embellished. 35 In asserting Spenser’s right to feed at this trough, E. K. , Elizabethan Poetry: Modern Essays in Criticism (London: Oxford University Press, 1967), pp.

We have seen how Spenser’s archaic diction in both The Shepheardes Calender and The Faerie Queene – coupled to E. ’s systematic glossing – privileges the status of the individual word in the interpretative methodology implicitly prescribed by these texts. We have further seen how this type of analysis is consistent with early modern emphases, both prescribed and practised, on logocentric interpretation. But how did Spenser expect his individual words to be studied, how construed? Evidence, again from E.

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