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Literary Botticelli

So, some folks (coyotegestalt, redhilltown, kinetikatrue and chickenfeet2003) have done rounds of literary boticelli, and I won the last one, so I'm hosting this round. In-depth directions for the game can be found here on kinetikatrue's page. It's laid out pretty nicely, so I suggest you go read and come back. But basically, the question you ask must be specific enough that I can answer confidently with a particular author or character (as in, "no, I'm not Elizabeth Bennett"). If I don't get the reference, you get to ask a more general question that can be answered with a yes or no, such as the person's sex, age, nationality, etc.

So, this time, my name starts with "R"

I am fictional, I am not Rincewind, Roderick Random, "the fair Rosaline," Reepicheep the mouse, or Mae Rose-Cottage. I am not male and I appear in a novel.

We have a winner! The astute ironed_orchid guessed correctly that I am Mrs Ramsey, always waiting to go To The Lighthouse.

(sorry about the delay in getting started - I had some mysterious ISP or modem gremlins that were preventing me from getting online)
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  • RIP Ray Bradbury

    I wanted to write something about Ray Bradbury

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