We have lift-off.
Ding, Kylie (KAM.RIC)
Kylie.Ding at us.kline.com
Wed Jun 30 17:15:56 EDT 2004
It's a short story. "The Plague of Peacocks", I think.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Elizabeth Evans [mailto:er.evans at auckland.ac.nz]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 5:08 PM
> To: dwj at suberic.net
> Subject: RE: We have lift-off.
> Gili said:
> The character in a DWJ book I've most identified with up to
> now was the
> mother in "A Pride of Peacocks", the one who washes the dishes while
> rereading "Mill on the Floss". I can't explain why I felt an instant
> affinity to her. I doubt she's one of the possibilities in
> the quiz. Now I
> have to go back and reread the story and do the quiz again as
> her to find
> out if she's Heather too.
> Is this a DWJ book I haven't read? I looked the title up in
> the national
> bibliographic database but could only come up with one
> written by Jeanne
> Whitmee, which has the following subject headings:
> Women's Land Army (Great Britain) -- Fiction.
> Illegitimate children -- England -- London -- Fiction.
> Agriculture -- England -- Suffolk -- Fiction.
> Adultery -- England -- Suffolk -- Fiction.
> Love stories.
> This doesn't sound like the DWJ we know and love. Is there
> another book of
> the same title?
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