Tam Lin in Novels
sodgers at tassie.net.au
Sat May 3 01:05:29 EDT 2003
Not at all Rosie - you're only the third to mention it. I've apologised. I
I'm sorry. But not very. It gives you all a chance to feel superior, so I'm
doing you a favour!
Chapter & Synopsis contest, closing soon. Details at
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rosie Hopkins" <rosieburroughs at yahoo.com>
To: <dwj at suberic.net>
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2003 7:33 AM
Subject: Re: Tam Lin in Novels
> Hi Sallyo,
> I thought this was a really good quiz - I like ones I can do, and was
> surprised I could do this. But I have one gripe. Your true/false
> question about whether Thomas Lane in Dean's book was one of
> Shakespeare's actors - actually he wasn't, and his not being "one of
> them" was one reason he was to be the teind. I hope I'm not the
> hundredth person to point this out.
> Also, if "Jack" as one of Thomas' friends requires a surname, it was
> Sorry to be picky. BTW I liked the Monica Edwards one as well.
> All the best,
> --- Sally Odgers <sodgers at tassie.net.au> wrote: > Hey everyone! I have
> a quiz with the above title up at funtrivia.com
> > . The
> > editor liked it, but warned me that "hardly anyone has heard of Tam
> > Lin".
> > Ummmmm?
> > So <g> how about taking the quiz (which most of you will zip through
> > with
> > one hand behind you) and prove the nice editor wrong? You'll find it
> > in the
> > Literature>Poetry section.
> > Sallyo.
> > Chapter & Synopsis contest, closing soon. Details at
> > http://sallyodgers.50megs.com/1stchaptercontest.htm
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