deborah at suberic.net
Wed Nov 12 18:36:58 EST 2003
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, Rowland, Jennifer A B wrote:
|> >Hexwood is a metaphor for knowing yourself
|> >Spellcoats is a metaphor for accepting puberty...
|> Spellcoats is clearly a metaphor for the power of "women's work".
|Actually, I was wrong about puberty, it's clearly a metaphor for change in general- I mean, all those statues, that's being frozen in one state, right, so then you, like, have to accept change and break free and regain your personal power, right?
|Or perhaps it isn't a metaphor at all, it's an allegory, about War being Hell...
I think Spellcoats is an allegory about metaphors. The coat being a
(Actually, that's a little too close to what I *do* think, so I should
stop there. ;)
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