pandinac at tartarus.uwa.edu.au
Mon Dec 6 22:21:25 EST 1999
On Fri, 3 Dec 1999 JOdel at aol.com wrote:
> BTW, has anyone else noticed how much of the atmosphere of DARK
> seems to have been lifted wholesale from (John) Masefield's The Box
> of Delights?
I've never noticed it. But then, I've only read tBoD once, and DARK
> That and his earlier The Midnight Folk are a couple of bizarre books
> if there ever were such!
I believe the word is "whimsical", at least for The Midnight Folk.
tBoD is darker, IIRC, so bizarre might apply better there.
> But he has some very interesting bits and pieces scattered through
Oh, yeah. :)
> I"m pretty sure they date from the '20s or '30s.
1927 for The Midnight Folk. Don't have a copy of tBoD I can check.
The morning lesson was History. After several hours learning about
Odo, Kay found himself wishing he'd walk in and say, "I'm Odo", so
that Kay could say, "Oh, don't!"
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