Thursday, January 03, 2008

Amazing Grace (early draft)

As I was cleaning out the archives, I found a hand-written note from Garrulous MacKenzie that I don't think he ever sent to Mary Hoffman, author of Amazing Grace:


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5 comments:

SevenImpossible said...

Now, that would have been a rollicking version to read, indeed!

Jules, 7-Imp

Timothy Carter said...

I think that critic deserves a shot in the mouth!

TadMack said...

Okay...okay... but what if no teeth were broken? Would it be okay then?

HipWriterMama said...

This would definitely be an interesting version to savor.

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

7Imp: You never know what lurks behind these tales...

Timothy: Penny Esmarkus has given that Garrulous a shot in the mouth many a time.

TadMack: Blood but no bones? Okay!

HWM: I know that there was the interest of storyline steamlining, but I wonder why the teacher didn't catch at least one of those remarks-- they usually don't get whispered in class that young. What Garrulous totally didn't catch was the depiction of American Indians in the tale a l a "Hiawatha by the shining big sea water..."