An Infinite Sequence of Trite but True Sentences by Doron Zeilberger

(Exclusive to the Personal Journal of Shalosh B. EKhad and Doron Zeilberger).

Written: Jan. 30, 1998.

I have just finished reading two classics from the sixties. Amos Oz's classic (in Hebrew), `My Michael' (1967), that I read the second time (the first time was 25 years ago), and Noam Chomsky's classic `Aspects of the theory of syntax' (1965), that I have read for the first time. When you cross these two masterpieces, you get the present trite but profound piece.

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