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July 3, 2007 at 05:31 PM
re: Jamestown - when your mate lives in Lower Manhattan and you live for most of the year in rural Virginia, the plot of this novel sounds more like an everyday pondering (at least since 2002.) If the Elizabethan English is done anywhere as well as was done in Ambient by Jack Womack, you won't get a headache. And OK, it might not be followers of Powhatan who would come to meet the New Yorkers, but if you've followed the fracas between gun store owners in VA and Mayor Bloomberg, you'd see where Mr. Sharpe was coming from.
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