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Aftermaths and Consequences

Gwynnyd - 14 Feb 07 - 11:47 AM

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I tried to work in a lot of different ways that this scenario could be read.  Sweet, cynical, opportunistic, high-romance... Heart

 Gwynnyd

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Aftermaths and Consequences

Lissa - 12 May 08 - 12:00 PM

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Gwynnyd,

don't think I commented on this piece before. Better late than never:

It all seems so very realistic to me, this proud woman striking a deal so as to avoid living on her cousin's charity; the rules of inheritance that will leave land only to the male line; the once so strong mason now handicapped due to helping defend his city - and all of it so well described.

Gwynnyd, this is not even fiction, I'm sure it was hard reality for many women after many wars.

To put it short: Great ficlet!

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Aftermaths and Consequences

MerryK - 14 Feb 07 - 11:18 AM

Ch. 1: Aftermaths and Consequences

That was very realistic, and rather sweet in a way, though I am quite sure you did not mean it that way. I can see many bargains made along this line after the War.

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Aftermaths and Consequences

Larner - 13 Oct 08 - 6:55 PM

Ch. 1: Aftermaths and Consequences

Now, that is an interesting proposal.  I certainly hope that the two find more than just a business proposal out of it!

Nice look at how ordinary folk found themselves adjusting to the changes after the war!

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