On names, changing them, and pronunciation

deborah deborah at suberic.net
Mon Mar 10 10:47:06 EST 2003


On Mon, 10 Mar 2003, Joe wrote:
|
|There's a great example of these in DWJ's story 'A plague of
|peacocks' which I found in a charity shop over the weekend. They
|get their comeuppance of course. Have other people come across
|this story? Seemingly she wrote it specially for a hundredth
|anniversary anthology in aid of the NSPCC - I can't tell if it has
|since appeared elsewhere. One for completists to look out for,
|anyway.

it's in Warlock at the Wheel and Everard's Ride.

-deborah
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