Re: dr suess on the loose...

Gina Miller (
Fri, 28 May 1999 11:39:05 -0700

Have you ever noticed that in the book Cinderella the cat was named Lucifer? I first saw this in a Golden book series and then payed closer attention to the Disney movie, (of course not any new version) and caught it there also. Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
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>Hah, I totally agree - as a young child my grandparents were a bit on the
>senile side... instead of purchasing their new grandson a regular nursery
>rhymes book, I was given the Charles Addams' Mother Goose. Needless to
>say, my parents wouldn't read me Addams Family nursery rhymes... save for
>when we'd visit the grandfolks - they'd insist upon it.
>...and here I am. =)
>>The question was "If one book, which and why?"
>>Someone argued that if the question is interpreted as which
>>book had the most *impact*, it might well be a Dr. Seuss
>>work, or equivalent. This notion might explain a few things at least
>>in my case. {8^D spike