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Date Posted: 21:19:10 10/26/06 Thu
Author: Angel's Watcher
Subject: Re: Buffy as influential figure
In reply to: Darby 's message, "Buffy as influential figure" on 17:26:30 10/26/06 Thu

I didn't recognize all of them at first but once I looked them up, many of them were like "oh now I get it"...for example the Casablanca one and Shylock, I'd heard of the works they're in, just not the chars since I haven't seen/read them/whatever.

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  • Buffy as influential figure -- Arethusa, 14:06:11 10/28/06 Sat


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