Main Moses In The Bullrushes Discussion

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06:09:07 AM May 4th 2016
Moved to the correct spelling, Moses in the Bulrushes, per this thread.
02:17:39 PM Aug 30th 2015
I don't know how many pages this will mess up, but I feel compelled to point out that the title is misspelled; the word is supposed to be spelled "bulrushes".
04:44:13 PM Oct 22nd 2015
Agreed. The page title needs changing.
12:46:35 AM Oct 23rd 2015
Not a very strong reason for changing. But you can ask in the Trope Repair Shop anyway.
06:16:57 AM Oct 23rd 2015
Seems to be a pretty compelling reason to me. As far as I know it's not a regional thing or anything, it's just a typo.
07:23:52 PM Dec 31st 2012
"Their fates of not wanting to have to rear a kid, promptly deposits the young hero with a family (usually poor and humble) who will raise him up to be good, just, noble and strong."

I think this line from the entry of the article needs work. I've read it about five times, and it makes very little sense. Leftover from a previous edit?
01:16:35 PM Apr 2nd 2012
edited by RussTheAdventureMouse
I think we should mention that the Trope Namer, Moses, is an inversion of the trope. He was born to slaves and raised by royalty, while Moses in the Bullrushes is a Blue Blood abandoned to be raised by muggles.
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