Re: [mythsoc] Redwall... Duncton.... Watership.... animals
- ERATRIANO@... wrote:
> Watership Down is perhaps a more polished work, with fewer looseWell, I was considerably older too, but I agree with you; TALES
> ends and rough spots, I'll agree it's a classic. I wasn't as keen on the
> sequel, but perhaps that was due to being so much older when I read it.
FROM WATERSHIP DOWN mostly didn't do it for me. With the
exception of "The Story of King Fur-Rocious," I thought the
stories were either rather pointless or far =too= pointed.
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Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2000 2:53 PM
Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Redwall... Duncton.... Watership.... animals
> I haven't read Stonor or any of Horwood's other offerings. I keep
> about it; as it is I haven't even read all the Duncton books.
I only know about *Duncton Woods* which I read with great enjoyment. Any
other titles you can pass my way? ---djb.
> The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
- In a message dated 11/09/2000 12:24:56 PM Eastern Standard Time,
<< I only know about *Duncton Woods* which I read with great enjoyment. Any
other titles you can pass my way? ---djb. >>
There's The Stonor Eagles, I think it's called, as was recently mentioned.
It's been several years now, but I think I've read them all but 'Tales. Also
there was a book coming out when I got my last mailing from Horwood. I think
it was called The Wolves of Europe, or something like that. I also think
that Callanish and Skallagrigg may not be regular folksy animal stories. I
haven't seen them.
- In a message dated 11/9/0 5:50:43 PM, Lizzie wrote:
<<I also think
that Callanish and Skallagrigg may not be regular folksy animal stories.>>
I haven't read _Callanish_, but _Skallagrigg_ is a peculiar story about a