OT: Books set in October/around Halloween?

Ian W. Riddell iwriddell at charter.net
Fri Oct 11 01:46:00 EDT 2002

How about Ray Bradbury's "The Hallowe'en Tree"?


On Thursday, October 10, 2002, at 10:53  PM, Laurie Puszczewicz wrote:

> Now that I have exactly no time to read (two months into a master's
> program), I have the urge to read books set in October.  I blame it on 
> my
> catalan prof, who has brought in october-themed poems for the past two
> weeks.  The only ones I can think of offhand are _A Night in the 
> Lonesome
> October_ and _Tam Lin (at least in part).  Any suggestions?
> Laurie
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