(urth) Father Inire
gerry at bindweed.com
Tue Jan 10 11:58:23 PST 2012
From: Lee Berman
> > Gerry Quinn: While the name ("megatherian") suggests beasts, the fact of a
> > biography suggests otherwise.
> I don't see why. Can't a beast have a biography? Especially a sentient beast.
> The examples of this are too numerous to mention but "mega" implies large size.
> It isn't too hard to figure out which notable character is really large and
> named for an earth-inspired animal.
“Lives of the Seventeen Megatherians” is simply *wrong* as a possible name for a biography of Abaia, Erebus, and the rest, for a multitude of reasons. They are never referred to as ‘the Megatherians’ either. And we also know that there are even animals called megatheres at large in the grounds of the House absolute.
- Gerry Quinn
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