Thursday, 4 October 2012
" 'Rejoice, my lord,' Reid greeted.
" 'Rejoice.' The prince lifted a muscle-corded arm." (The Dancer From Atlantis (London, 1977), p. 69)
(The "prince" is Theseus about whom Reid had read as a boy.)
"Rejoice" in the title of this post is intended as a greeting to readers of this blog whose numbers have recently increased. You are invited to identify yourselves by commenting on posts. There must be disagreement with some of the views expressed here. I do not agree with all of Anderson's views but there will be other fans who do.
Fortunately, many aspects of his works can be appreciated without having to touch on the issues that are unavoidably controversial.
One reader has submitted a few short articles or notes which have been published here and this could be extended to other readers. I would appreciate any feedback.