[DWJ] Music in DWJ
erikagillian at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 19:17:22 EST 2011
Again not children's per se, but War for the Oaks by Emma Bull, the
power of rock and roll against the Unseelie court.
On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 4:13 AM, Liz Christie <blueyeti at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm writing a nice long project for uni on the topic of words and
> music, with an intent to focus on DWJ and how she uses music to create
> magic (I'm currently going to write on Cart and Cwidder, Fire and
> Hemlock, and the Magicians of Caprona). Does anyone have any
> suggestions as to where else I could go? My tutor said that writing
> on one author was 'safe', especially since he has no idea what I'm
> writing on, and I'm worried I should be branch out into the general
> realms of kid lit.
> Any thoughts on other kid lit or DWJ books I'm not dealing with which
> could be interesting on the topic of music?
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