Before we can write our story, we have to plot it (well, actually, we don’t, but doing so is probably the safest method of proceeding). In… 126 more words
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I think this is the first DWJ adult fiction that I’ve read – not counting Deep Secrets, since I read the expurgated version. “Mela Worms” is a funny (both in the “strange” and “haha” sense) story that is somehow still VERY DWJ-esque despite the sex. 666 more words
History and memory are inextricably connected with perspective and interpretation.
All of Diana Wynne Jones’s books are concerned with perspective and interpretation, and as quite a few directly involve history and memory as well, let me without further ado introduce the following excellent books: 1,215 more words