From: Scott Chase (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 27 Jul 2004 - 18:18:38 GMT
--- Gene Doty <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the heads-up. I'll watch my words. I have
> reviewed archives but not
> on this issue. No meme-wars for me.
I contributed my fair share in the past, but have burned out on it. There's definitely material to be analyzed, but I think care should be taken not to take too biased a POV from the outset. That's easier said than done.
Besides, I'd like to hear what you've got to say about
_Watership Down_. I was fascinated by the animated movie when I first watched it long ago. I'd like to rewatch it sometime. I've got two books here,
_Watership Down_ and _Tales from Watership Down_ collecting dust. My recollection is that it's a way of looking at human society, using rabbit warrens as analogies.
Didn't the rabbits have some sort of creation myth?
It's been a while since I gave the Watership story
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