Posted by Jock on September 29, 2010 at 01:09:03 user Jock.
Daniel Hannan, writing in the Daily Telegraph about C.S. Lewis's Narnia books, observes,
Lewis was being deliberately subtle. He aimed to work on his readers between the lines, as
it were: to establish in each book a particular taste or Gestalt quality. Michael Ward has
an impressive word-hoard, but can find nothing in it apt to this concept. So he invents a new
I wonder of AR set out to write each of the SA series with different 'donegality'?
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