[DWJ] DWJ website
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Fri Sep 2 20:13:33 EDT 2016
It reminds me of Robin McKinley's Spindle's End, which also has a rather large age gap involving a woman marrying an older man who has been a (grown-up) friend since her early childhood. Maybe you could make your students read that, as well. *wicked grin*
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2016 21:52:00 +0000
From: "Stallcup, Jackie E" <jackie.stallcup at csun.edu>
To: Diana Wynne Jones discussion <dwj at suberic.net>
Subject: Re: [DWJ] Can someone remind me where the website went?
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Yup--exactly--some of my students just couldn't get past it.
It reminds me of Elsie Dinsmore, who (spoiler alert) ends up marrying her father's best friend. They explain it thus: he just grew younger as she grew older. Awww. (tiny little snigger).
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