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From: "Alice K. Turner" 
Subject: (urth) Moonwalk
Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 13:45:16 -0400

This is completely off-subject; skip if you will.

When I was about 11, I read a Victorian children's novel
in which a young boy looking out at the sea under a full moon, was able to
jump from bar to bar on the light reflected on the swell of the waves to
reach another land (Heaven, I would presume, though I don't recall). Part of
that passel of Kingsley/MacDonald sentimental type of Christian fantasy. For
many years, decades, I misremembered this book as -At the Back of the North
Wind- by MacDonald. But it isn't; I reread that recently and it's entirely
different. But the image is very potent to me--the path laid down by the
moon. Does this ring a bell with any of you? Please e-mail if so. I would
like to get a copy of that
book to read again.



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