bill-sarah at mindspring.com
Tue Aug 22 22:55:04 EDT 2000
> I think the funniest Georgette Heyer is the one where the heroine, Penn,
> dresses up as a boy - I can't remember the title for some reason but I can
> see the 60s paperback cover in my head. There are lots of farcial elements
> in this one, based for the most part on Penn being dressed as a boy nd
> mistaken for one in all sorts of situations. The end scene really makes me
> laugh out loud.
Just to go a little more off topic: does anybody else really love books
where girls disguise themselves as boys? I loved the Alanna books, and if I
could think of anything else off of the top of my head besides Yentl, I
think it would be something else I loved. Any thoughts?
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