DWJ sans frontiers

Anna Zofia Skarzynska ania at gnomic.freeserve.co.uk
Thu Jun 9 16:06:20 EDT 2005

> >Surely Muesli must be pretty universal, I can remember
> >hating the stuff way back in  the 1960s . If it had
> >reached Australia then it must have also infected the
> >US.
> Well, yes, it was available in the US at that time.  It
> was available from a store directly across the street
> from the publisher who was denying its existence, as
> DWJ found out by asking a friend who lived local to go
> and have a look for her.  Why it had to be quibbled
> about is beyond the wit of man or woman, really, but it
> does go to demonstrate that looking for rational
> explanations when it comes to American translations may
> be folly.

Isn't there something cereal-ish in America called Granola? That may have
been an acceptable substitute (if there is such a thing as acceptable
substitution when it comes to dwj)


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