Saturday, 23 April 2016
A Winter Gardens Tempest
twice on promenade at the Park;
once in the Dell at the Park;
once in the courtyard at Lancaster Castle;
once on television.
These are William Shakespeare's two prequels to Poul Anderson's A Midsummer Tempest. In The Tempest, we recognize the Aldous Huxley title, Brave New World. Nygel, who accompanied us to the Winter Gardens, also recognized the parallels between The Tempest and Forbidden Planet.
I will be away from a computer from Wednesday until Saturday and must therefore complete the posts for this month before the end of Tuesday. The remaining posts for April will probably be about Ys and maybe also about Poul Anderson's War World story if War World Vol I arrives on Monday or Tuesday.