Pe Oops was Re: thread suggestion (Was Re: archives

jstallcup at juno.com jstallcup at juno.com
Tue Oct 29 22:14:03 EST 2002


I was WONDERING what the apology was about!

Thank you for the suggestions--I'll definitely take a look at that
thread...

Jackie 

On Tue, 29 Oct 2002 17:41:32 -0800 (PST) Ven <vendersleighc at yahoo.com>
writes:
> The forces of chaos atre with me tonight .... the
> mail I was just apologising for was wrongly
> addressed and sent back. I'm sending it again on
> account of the interesting urls. 
> 
> 
> Jackie wrote
> 
> <And that reminds me that I was going to tell you
> 
> all that I'm planning to
> teach Fire and Hemlock in conjunction with Tam 
> Lin in my Feminism and
> Fairy Tales course next semester.  I'll keep you 
> updated as to how it
> goes...  And if anyone has any suggestions about 
> setting it up, I'll be
> glad to hear them!  The thread on Dark Lord was 
> VERY useful for
> me--everyone had great ideas and suggestions.>
> 
> We had some great discussions about Tam Lin and
> Pamela Dean. Some of us (me included) liked TL
> very much but were somewhat exasperated by the
> obscurities of the style and storytelling, to say
> nothing of the incessant quoting. The urls below
> should lead you to the original discussion and
> it's thread spawn, Tam Lin and Elitism. 
> 
> http://suberic.net/dwj/list/msg07563.html
> suberic.net/dwj/list/msg02458.html 
> 
> They are a good choice for a feminism and fairy
> tales course being as how there is the apparent
> reversal of the active prince/passive princess
> cliche that some feminists have mistaken for the
> whole.
> >
> 
> I then made some discussion suggestions which I
> have now adapted to F and H alone.
> 
> The treatment of the mundane elements of the
> Polly's life, ie school, family
>  and friendship.
> 
> The books referenced  in the texts and
> how they are being used.
> 
> How the power relationships between Polly and Tom
> actually operates.
> 
> Good luck!
> 
> 
> 
> 
> =====
> Ven
> 
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