Talk:Chapter 36: 362-370

It is Uncle Toby -- not Tobey, right?

MKOUT - You nuked a few entries during your last rounds of edits. Was this intentional? It looks to me like you may have gone into the History, opened up an old version of the page, and then made some changes. When you do this, you lose any changes that were made after the version that you opened in the History--basically, you are reverting to an old version of the page. -- Gideon 12:25, 16 August 2007 (PDT)

MKOUT -- On the assumption that this was an accident, I am going to restore these entries sometime over the next couple days -- unless I here otherwise from you. BTW, I appreciate the fact that you are reading and editing my updates to this here M&D wiki. It gets lonely in these parts, like I'm a tumble weed blowing through... -- Gideon 23:54, 18 August 2007 (PDT)

The Assembly Room is not Bath

MKOUT -- Good call on Bath, England. That makes sense: Bath & the Assemble Room are both gathering places for travelers, and are therefore similar. But what is the point of contrast (i.e., *not* Bath)? Is it simply the luxury, wealth, and comfort of Bath vs. the unfinished log cabin of the Assembly Room? Or is this a literary allusion that I am missing, perhaps to Chaucer's Wife of Bath or to Tristram Shandy? -- Gideon 13:47, 23 August 2007 (PDT)

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