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Flashmeister Anti-Heroines in Traditional Song? (125* d) RE: Anti-Heroines in Traditional Song? 08 Feb 10


Amen the cruel mother and also the wife of Lord Randall who is hung at the end of teh epoymous song for poisoning her husband. oh, not forgetting of course the sister Anne in Bows of London who pushes her sister into teh murky river only to be outed by the skeletal violin crafed by a fool from her murdered siters bony remains.

In less gruesome style the best one I can think of at the moment would be in The Ranter where she throws a loaf of bees at the dirty old preacher and pockets his cold - and trousers too!


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