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Re: A lurker's tale
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- Date: 10 Mar 95 10:45:00 -0500
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Elayne FitzJames has come in from the frosty evening air, and
shares a delightful tale with the assembled company:
Greetings to the patrons of the Merry Rose and Countess Ianthe:
I would like to join your fireside circle, having lurked outside for quite
some time. I am new to Atlantia, but I recently heard a tale that I thought
might be appropriate and enjoyable to all. Please forgive my awkward
telling of this eastern fable....
<story snipped to save space>
Not awkward in the least. Simple renditions oft fit tales of simple
wisdom the best. Whence came this story? From some Eastern hoard of
knowledge? Is it a tale of the Nasrudin?
Perhaps I could have some of this fine ale I hear so much about?
Please be welcome! INNKEEP! Please pull up another chair before the
fire, and bring this lady refreshment and warm food. And a lap rug.
It's cold out and she's fair frozen. (Shame on us all not to notice
your need before you spoke.)