The Looking Glass : New Perspectives on Children's Literature, Vol 7, No 1 (2003)

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Curiouser &
Curiouser


Double Acrostic X Minus Nine Answers

Joanne Schott


"In fairy tales, girls and boys leave their homes. and set off into forests where they find wonders. It is dangerous in there among the trees, but amazing things happen to fairy tale children. Through the forces of wickedness, they are abandoned and lost. Through good luck or because of their kind hearts, they are discovered or even discover themselves." Margaret Mahy, The Other Side of Silence.

A. MARYA MOREVNA

B. ASHES

C. RICHARD CHASE

D. GOLDEN SNITCH

E. ATTEND

F. RON WEASLEY

G. EVES

H. TIDE

I. MUGGLES

J. ASKED THE

K. HEDWIG

L. YOUNG VISITERS (Daisy Ashford misspelled "visitors")

M. TO BED

N. HENTY

O. EDGAR OSBORNE

P. ON THE HEARTH

Q. THREE

R. HUFFLEPUFF

S. ETERNITY

T. RED SHIFT

U. SEEKER

V. IN A DISHY

W. DUMBLEDORE

X. EDUCATION

Y. OZCOT

Z. FLOO POWDER

AA. SORTING HAT

BB. INTROIT

CC. LIVER AND ONIONS

DD. EARTHFASTS

EE. NICHOLAS FISK

FF. CHANGEOVER

GG. ESTHER FORBES


Volume 7, Issue 1, The Looking Glass, January, 2003

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