The Squirrel of Samhain

May 1, 2011

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Usually, through no fault of her own, the heroine must bear the burden of her parents’ mistakes. She is then presented with humanly insurmountable challenges that require supernatural aid to overcome. Other women are almost always adversarial, except supernatural helpers. Her worth is usually defined by her beauty and patience. Her skills tend to be equally as decorative in value as herself. Her usual character flaw is curiosity. She is saved or experiences an upturn in fortune through marriage and the efforts of her lover. ~ Sourced Katherine Phelps, 1998


One comment

  1. Yes, you’re so right — it’s sow-in! Hope you had a blessed Samhain!

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