Magic as advanced technology
pandinac at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au
Mon Sep 20 20:25:11 EDT 2004
On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 JOdel at aol.com wrote:
> > I don't remember. I know that the noblewomen of that era were
> > well-known for their literary skills, and that writing such works
> > was common--they were passed around court, read by others, etc.
> Fanfiction. Obviously.
"Look," he urged. "These scrolls you noticed: the only original
written copy of the Greek Odyssey, proving Homer was a woman!"
"If you're in the market for a correction," the Doctor
interrupted, "Homer was a man, who wrote the Iliad. The Odyssey
was written as a sequel by a noblewoman who admired his earlier
"Fascinating. I had always thought the styles to be dissimilar..."
- 'Sanctuary' by David A. McIntee
"Hold fast to the one noble thing."
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