Saturday, 28 May 2016
If we have not all heard of all these authors, this proves a point about diversity. The Andersons make the legendary King of Ys a heroic but realistically described fourth century Roman centurion whereas, in Lewis' treatment, Arthur remains the legendary King who did not die.
Two domestic points:
I must start switching the computer off earlier in the evening because it is keeping me awake;
a busy Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday stretch ahead with, for me, swimming, walking, an open air concert, a Superman dvd and the big annual car boot sale at Ryelands Park just across the River Lune so a lot less time for blogging.
Meanwhile, thank the gods and glory to the Emperor - both Norton and Molitor!