TotG (was Re: Introductions)

jenne at jenne at
Mon Jun 23 16:49:47 EDT 2003

> Absolutely - but TotG doesn't (and I hope I didn't) just refer airily to
> children's resilience as an excuse for ignoring their experience. On the
> contrary, it makes that experience central: it shows exactly how it works,
> how it's built up, how it's maintained (or sometimes not). And, whether or
> not one knows about the parallels with DWJ's own childhood, it's a book that
> _feels_ as if it's written from the inside of that experience too. It's a
> book you feel (I feel anyway) can be trusted.

Anyone read Pamela Dean's _Juniper, Gentian and Rosemary_?

-- Pani Jadwiga Zajaczkowa, Knowledge Pika   jenne at
"What don't die can't live. What don't live can't change. What don't
change can't learn." -- Terry Pratchett, _Lords and Ladies_

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