Nay-saying the Beatles??? Now, *that is* blasphemy. <smile>
I'll take Galadriel over those "wasting-away" love sick heroines who
die tragically -- if operatically -- any old day.
Of course, as warrior-pricess *fans* go, it may be the facat that
Eowyn's creater wasn't obsessed by her tits but by her character that
makes her less appealing to them. <she says sarcastically>. Lezlie
--- In email@example.com, Mike Foster <mafoster@...> wrote:
> It's, yawn, the same old Opposing Viewpoints doo-dah that, as a
> recovering newspaper reporter, I am accustomed to. One can always find
> a Nay-sayer whether the topic be the Beatles or Shakespeare. Say,
> we can find an Oxford don to beat up on Will if we look hard enough.
> David Bratman wrote:
> >In a word, yes: he only thinks that Gueneveres and Iseults count.
> >who could lay out as his ideal women in medieval romance two cases of