[DWJ] A revelation of Time City

Elizabeth Parks henx19 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 21 17:06:53 EDT 2006


Or it could be like the introduction to _The Awakening_, by Kate Chopin,
which gives away the ending in the first paragraph.  Assuming, I suppose,
that it was literary enough not to matter?

2006/7/21, Elizabeth Bentley <elizabeth at wardrobe-on-the-web.com>:
>
> On 17/7/06 22:41, "Otter Perry" <ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com> wrote:
>
> >
> > In any case, I don't think we need a formal policy here other
> > than "Don't tell whodunnit in _The Murder of Roger Ackroyd_."
> >
>
> My daughter is doing an Open University degree, studying linguistics, and
> one of the set books does that very thing (Exploring the language of
> poems,
> plays and prose by Mick Short, in case you want to avoid it). She told us
> about it in great indignation the other day. But I guess academic books
> are
> like that!
>
> EB
> Elizabeth Bentley
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