My sentiments exactly...and another great JA resource, too
Posted by Kristin J.D. on April 02, 1998 at 23:56:56:
In response to a suggestion for animal names., written by P. Bingham on April 02, 1998 at 03:15:25
My first instinct upon reading your question was the same as P.B.'s -- definitely consider the classics, particularly Greek and Roman gods or mythological heroes. Shakespearian heroes and villains would be cool, too.
My husband gave me "The Jane Austen Cookbook" for Christmas. It has authentic Austen family recipies (okay, C., "receipts") as well as some period history, table setting diagrams, and the like. Check with Bookserve and see if it is available through them (long live the Republic!). If you can't purchase it there, post to that effect and I will reveal my alternative source. But in the interests of "giving back" to the RofP as good as you've gleaned, do make Bookserve your first stop.
Good luck and have fun!
- Bibliography Caroline 12:39:38 4/03/98 (0)
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