Tonyblack wrote:There were three Gorgons and Medusa was one of them.
Wasn't there a famous one called Zola?
Was that the South African one that ran away.
Who's Wee Dug wrote:Was that the South African one that ran away.
chris.ph wrote:Dotsie wrote:Of course. Medusa must have procreated at some point, and now there's loads
you do realize whoever did the deed couldnt look her in the face
meerkat wrote:For what it's worth and it's not worth much...
I felt I was waving a fond faretell to the DW. As I read through it appeared that certain characters were appearing and disappearing in sentences with very little 'fleshing out'. I felt I was reading a requiem. Having read it three times now, as I originally thought I had misunderstood the sensation I was getting, I still arrived at the same conclusion.
I am now re-reading the entire series and wait to see what happens when I reach UA.
Hi raindog and welcome to the site!raindog wrote:re: Gorgon Vs Medusa's in DW.
"Right now I'd swear in a Gorgon." - Sam Vimes, from Feet of Clay.
U A Page 57Vetinari wrote:Cunning: Artful, sly, deceptive, shrewd, astute, cute, on the ball and, indeed arch...
U A page 72Nutt wrote:"I have comitted what you said to memory, Mr Trev."
Trev replies "Oh Brutha, an I'll bet you 'ave, at that..."
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