On Feb 21, 2011, at 10:49 AM, Nate Vack wrote:
>> For example, Thoreau was dominated by first-person male pronouns
>> but Austen was dominated by second person female pronouns.
> Pardon my denseness here, but what's a first-person male pronoun and
> second-person female pronoun? I though first-person (in English) was I
> / me / mine, and second-person you / your -- both nongendered.
My bad. I don't know. I was at home sick with the flu.
Eric "Embarrassed" Morgan