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Re: Angevin History...

Poster: "Ed Hopkins" <Ed.Hopkins@MCI.Com>

Kathryn related,
> > > Of course, a fabulous first-hand account of Becket's martyrdom is
> > > that by Edward Grim.  I threatened to bring it with me to Canterbury
> > > so my friends and I could do an on the spot reenactment, but was
> > > talked out of it.

Erica asked,
> > Talked out of bringing the book, or talked out of doing the 
> > re-enactment?  

Katheryn clarified,
> Talked out of taking the book.  The re-enactment happened, but in a much
> abbreviated form.  There were several horrified tourists.

"Tourists"?  Don't they call them "pilgrims" anymore?  I _thought_ the
book that I have on Canterbury tourism seemed a little out-of-date.

-- Alfredo
And so it was that latere,
As the Millere toold his tale,
That hire face, at first Iuste gostely,
Toornd a whytere shade of pale.

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