- Do you have to portray me as a snob? There is far more to life than snobbery. True but your snobbery makes for lentertaining reading, shows you in your true lights and can be used to compare characters who are not snobs.
- I do not think I am a snob. I speak realistically. Yes but you can be blind to your characters' faults and that can be fun to write up.
- You do show me later showing courage and initative. Why could you not have done that from the outset? What's wrong with showing someone with courage can also be overly fussy about things that are not so important?
I think it is fair to say L'Evallier is the snob's snob. As Chief Elf and, later, Council Leader and with a formidably noble background, he is well aware very few could match him (one that can is his equally noble wife, Melanbury).
I'm Allison Symes and write fairytales with bite, especially novels and short stories.