Elizabeth Apgar Triano wrote:
> SO What did you think of _Mythago Wood_? I read it some years ago. I
> found it a little disturbing, but unique. Strange. I think there is a
I rather think there are two, actually, but the only one I
remember (and read) is the first one, LAVONDYSS.
> It also appeals to my sexist dichotomy theory. It was recommended by a guy
> friend, who almost drooled over it. There have been a number of instances
> where our (his and my) opinions on books have been all too easy to classify
> in a sexist manner.
That's interesting, because from what I recall of LAVONDYSS (it's
been quite a while since I read it), it has a female protagonist
and I suppose is the woman's "journey inward" in the same way
that MYTHAGO WOOD is the male's. Can anybody who's read it more
recently or more frequently than I have confirm or deny?