[DWJ] What would you choose for a tribute read?
farah.sf at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 04:44:49 EDT 2011
I decided on Time of the Ghost for my MA Students for its complexity of
character and time travel, but if you want a book that shows what you can
do with children;s fiction, I think I'd recommend Magicians of Caprona which
has so many sly digs at fantasy in other books, and is so brilliantly
written than you can spend hours on the choices of which scene when,
rhetorical devices around the presentation of characters, and all sorts of
On 31 March 2011 23:52, Jenny Schwartzberg <schwartzbergj at newberry.org>wrote:
> The Tough Guide to Fantasyland is great to quote from.
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> > From: "rohina" <rohinax at gmail.com>
> > To: "Diana Wynne Jones discussion" <dwj at suberic.net>
> > Date: 03/31/11 17:17
> > Subject: [DWJ] What would you choose for a tribute read?
> > Hi All
> > I am teaching Children's Lit this semester, so I mentioned Diana's
> > to my class, and 2 of my students who are fans practically burst into
> > and the others were all "who is that?" So, I was thinking of reading a
> > chapter or an excerpt from a book in class next week, and I would love
> > suggestions. I have a pretty good collection of books, so don't feel
> > in any way.
> > Robyn
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