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Review of chapter "Part Three" from DofEire
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And now I've come to the end of this wonderful little series...I heave a pleased and gratified sigh. Oh, this was such a good read!! Well done yet again!
Review By [DofEire] • Date [10 Oct 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Part Three" from (Recent Donor)jedibuttercup
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Took me awhile to get around to reading this one; but it was utterly lovely, as so much of your work is. Giles' characterization and behavior with respect to Buffy frustrated me so much the last couple of years of the show, but this storyline makes me love him hugely all over again.
Comments from author:
Glad you enjoyed it. :-)
Review By [(Recent Donor)jedibuttercup] • Date [7 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part Three" from PATM
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Beautiful and I think, difficult to do without mincing words too much. Would there be any more coming our way? I read all Three today so this is for all of them.
Review By [PATM] • Date [27 Apr 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part Three" from Angelskuuipo
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This was a wonderful tale. Very well done. :)
Review By [Angelskuuipo] • Date [21 Mar 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Part Three" from (Past Donor)Keldin
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I don't really understand the mythological background here (if there is a known one as opposed to one wholly made up for the storyline), but I did want to say that I am very much enjoying the stories. They truly have an otherworldly feel.
Comments from author:
Thank you. It's mostly English folk tale and fairy lore - the old stuff, not the sanitised Disney versions. The tale of Thomas the Rhymer, who travelled to Elfland and was gifted with the tongue that could not lie (which is thought to be a varient of the Tam Lin story) has inspired all sorts of subsequent tales, including Kipling's poem (and probably some of his 'Puck of Pook's Hill' tales too.)

Shakespeare drew on a similar vein of folklore when writing 'Midsummer Night's Dream' of course ...

(Not that I'm comparing myself with Shakespeare, I hasten to point out!)
Review By [(Past Donor)Keldin] • Date [12 Aug 10] • Not Rated
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