Re: McKinley: riddles/mazes/labyrinthes

From: Amy Anderson <>
Date: Sat Jul 17 1999 - 09:54:37 PDT

I don't know if you have read any of Brian Jacques Redwall series but they have some wonderful riddles in them and they were complied in a little book called the Redwall Riddler. You can get it through


On Fri, 16 Jul 1999 21:57:47 Amessygurl wrote:
>sorry if i've asked this before - i know i keep repeating myself on this
>mailing list, but i'm having a crazy, stressed out summer, so anyway...
>can anyone recommend a good book of riddles - i mean good, old-fashioned
>riddles like the ones in _the hobbit_ - i.e., riddles with "timeless"
>answers, not 20th century answers like "sky-scraper" or "president clinton,"
>also, are there any good books/movies involving mazes/labyrinthes, besides
>the movie "labyrinth," or _the name of the rose_, or all those borges(sp?)
>short stories? (i think i remember one cartoon version of "beauty and the
>beast" that involved a maze, too...)
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