Another great post from Barb, with a super review for Shelley Wilson’s The Last Princess.
UPDATE: apparently there was a coding issue, which WP has now fixed. Please let me know if you have any further trouble viewing this post. –Barb
YIKES! Somehow if you’re viewing this post on a monitor, the second half is overwriting the first. If anyone has any ideas on how I can convince WordPress NOT to do this, please let me know. Otherwise, I’ll take down the review and repost. I’m so sorry. –Barb
It is a little unfair, I think, to criticize a person for not sharing the enlightenment of a later epoch, but it is also profoundly saddening that such prejudices were so extremely pervasive. —Carl Sagan, Broca’s Brain
It’s called Values Dissonance.
As a writer, I love tropes—both using them (bad guy wears black hat) and subverting them (black hat-wearing bad guy loves his puppy). But while tropes are valuable shortcuts to values or meanings…
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seems fine to me.
Thanks so much for the reblog. (My apologies again for the code fail on the first attempt.)
No problem, Barb. Your words are always worth waiting for.x