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Re: Early English Yearwoods
Posted by: John Yearwood Date: December 04, 2001 at 15:41:45
In Reply to: Re: Early English Yearwoods by James Yearwood of 519

Good point. But I wonder how accurate Crichton's evidence is. Was there really such a person as Ibn Fadlan, or was it merely a convenient fiction for his story? I'll go read "Eaters of the Dead" and try a follow-up (been looking a good book to read, anyway)

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