Many subjects (very long)
Courtney M Eckhardt
cme at MIT.EDU
Wed Jul 26 17:22:26 EDT 2000
In message <Pine.LNX.4.21.0007261703360.24306-100000 at merlin.sccs.swarthmore.edu
>, Kyla Tornheim writes:
>On Mon, 24 Jul 2000, Courtney M Eckhardt wrote:
>> "understanding" wine) and I love about a quarter shot of some flavored
>> hard liquors over ice cream (chambourd (raspberry) on chocolate is a
>ooh, ooh! Tia Maria or Kahlua on ice cream is *wonderful*.
Mm, Kahlua is good, but I've never tried the other.
>And now back to the topic:
>> >> Time City:
>> >> And to be an opinionated minority, I now want to loudly declare that
>> >> I *loved* A Tale of Time City and I thought the world there was just
>> >> wonderful. ;)
>ditto. it's one of my favorites.
>> And now I shall insert a SPOILER WARNING.
>> It took me a little while to come to this conclusion, but I believe one
>> is not supposed to agree with Faber John's and the Time Lady's reasons
>> for exiling Vivian.
>and my mother's thought about the two of them, which is not really a
>response, but.... Why does Faber John call her "Time Lady, my wife"? I do
>realize that the only other name we know she could be called would be
>Vivian, which would make things highly confusing, but really. If you
>haven't seen your wife for, what, millenia? even if you had a fight, you
>wouldn't keep calling her by what is sort of a title.
Hmm, yeah, that is odd. I don't have a copy anymore, so I didn't remember
it, but... when my new copy arrives, hopefully in a few days, I'll ahve
to look again.
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