Ozy And Millie: Llewellyn, high school nerd

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  1. From Wikipedia:
    Western scientists first became involved in hypnosis around 1770, when Franz Mesmer (1734–1815), a physician from Austria, started investigating an effect he called “animal magnetism” or “mesmerism” (the latter name still remaining popular today).
    So maybe Llewellyn goes back that far.

  2. I’m still wondering how come Ms. Mudd doesn’t recognize Llewellyn as the “Library Dragon” that introduced her to Locke.

    • I don’t see any evidence that she doesn’t know that Llewellyn was the library dragon — and I don’t see why she should mind. After all, she enjoyed the interlude with Locke, doomed as it was. Wait a minute: all interludes are doomed — eventually. OK, doomed sooner than she expected at first.

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