If Zane Gray wrote business textbooks:
Obviously, these standards enter into the valley lilies; he knew himself in this country in our ideals and our policies for educating future business executive requires those fine qualities of mind that Oldring’s intimidations of the herd jest as Lassiter did.
If Milton rhymed:
And do they only stand By ignorance?
O Goodness infinite, Goodness immense!
She fair, divinely fair, fit love for Gods!
This Hell then seemed A refuge from those wounds.
If we wanted to review wine, but didn’t actually want to drink it:
Chateau St.Paul Pinot Noir Jamaica Plain 1987 Select
Unless you can put up with ambiguity, you’ll be mortified by this old standby of a Pinot Blanc. Needs cellaring until at least 2001.
Automatic text generation is interesting on a couple of different levels. First, there’s just the sheer joy of surprise (e.g., a rock-and-roll band name like, “helpless spender and the dented senators”). And how texts deform under the pressure of (re)generation might say something about the texts themselves. And lastly, these methods suggest that semantic coherence may be non-computable, or not easily so.