Tam Lin (was Favourite books)
margaret at onr.com
Sun Dec 12 10:47:25 EST 2004
> I reread it, too. And I also don't think it's that "good." But
> it certainly presses many of my buttons. I always want to
> go off and study something new after I've read it. You know --
> try to learn Ancient Greek again, or study trigonometry or
Yup. It's a book I can't part with even though I don't think it's well
structured. I think its appeal for me really lies in the
not-officially-fantasy bits...it's like the college experience I wish
I'd had. And that's probably as much fantasy as the rest of it.
Mathematicians are like Frenchmen; whatever you say to them they translate into their own language and forthwith it is something entirely different.
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