[DWJ] Howl's dissertation on spells
Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale)
Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Thu Apr 27 03:37:31 EDT 2006
Sue, replying to Kyra:
> His department could also be English (or Welsh?) Literature/Language,
> where he studied the language of spells purely for scholary and
> historical interest, having (ahem) never worked a spell in his life,
> Miss Angorian.
I admit I had assumed English. At Cambridge, the English department ran
a course known as Asnac, which stood for "Anglo-Saxon, Norse And
Celtic", and I have always mentally placed Howl on this course.
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