Christianity in the Chrestoverse
hallieod at indigo.ie
Fri Jul 22 11:10:31 EDT 2005
>Technologically, definitely not Renaissance. Mario Andretti drives a
>car, right at the beginning, we are told that if we are using a really
>effective spell, whether to grow tomatoes or improve reception on our
>radio (radio? Didn't even see those in CL!), it's likely to have come
Yup, we found the car - along with the letters being written to both
Rolls-Royce (founded 1904) and Ferrari (more complicated than I
really had time to investigate, but it seems as if Ferrari as an
automobile manufacturer didn't really come into being until after
>> I'm also interested in Judith's original point about the Catholicism
>> in Magicians. Is there something that makes it seem specifically
>> Catholic other than the Italian setting? Angels and archbishops and
>Well, the obvious bit is the slander of one spell-house against the
>other (can't remember which offhand) that they never went to mass or
Ah, that'd do it! So Reformation-esque event did happen, presumably.
>in which her first interpretation of seeing people was that they looked
>like trees. Jesus had exactly this with one of his healing miracles,
>iirc, and performed another to sort out the poor man's perceptions. I
>get the impression that R&M couldn't do the second bit - I hope the girl
>doesn't end up like the man in the CS Lewis short story!
They were all jumping around hugging each other, so I don't think
there's too much need to worry about her!
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