>I don't know what book you're thinking of. The wife
does not get raped in
>THE SIEGE OF TRENCHER'S FARM.
No wonder I didn't remember her enjoying it.
Actually, somehow I deleted a sentence somewhere, or possibly
partially cut-and-pasted over myself. You can tell by the
clumsier than usual sentence construction (... but it's in
the novel, at least, it's clear... HUH? )
I can't remember exactly what I meant to say, but it was
something like this:
>And Peckingpah did change the story when he filmed it
>character may have wondered about his wife, but in the novel, at
>least, I don't even remember her getting raped, never mind her
>having enjoyed it. I mean, does anyone besides Andrew Luster think
>people WANT to be raped?
That's more or less what I meant to say. I think...
>And it's kind of OT, but apparently, Peckinpah did
>enjoyed being raped (he at least thought that some deserved it)
Maybe Peckingpah himself enjoyed being raped -- that would
explain a lot.
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