Palindrome time

Today’s Bizarro:

The famous version is ABLE WAS I ERE I SAW ELBA — purported to be a report of Napoleon Bonaparte’s sentiments late in life. If Napoleon had written in English and had been given to word play. The Napoleon palindrome was reported by Mark Twain, along with some other classic palindromes, in the magazine The Galaxy, Vol. 1 (1866), p. 439. Who knows who the original palindromist was.


One Response to “Palindrome time”

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