zebraspotz at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 21:44:22 EST 2007
I don't often run into literary Leahs, and I don't remember any from
books that have stayed with me, but they seem to tend blond and
southern, if not actually southern Baptist-- as I seem to remember was
the case in one book I skimmed. Bah! Over half of the other Leahs I've
known in real life have been Jewish (and dark-haired), like myself.
-- Kith/Leah (lee-UH, thanks!)
On 2/12/07, Melissa Proffitt <Melissa at proffitt.com> wrote:
> All the Melissa characters I know of are either stupid, or vain, or nasty,
> or--pick your negative character trait. Except maybe for the main character
> in Meg Cabot's _The Boy Next Door_, but she goes by Mel.
> (Mainly I have the ditzy Melissa from _Year of the Griffin_ in mind, but the
> other one I remember is from Anne Tyler's _The Clock Winder_--vain and
> over-skinny and superficial....)
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