Parody of agricultural novel
Posted by Stolzi on April 22, 1998 at 10:39:36:
In response to CCF and Josephine Tey and parody, written by Sarah P on April 22, 1998 at 09:03:49
] Josephine Tey's To love and be wise also sends this up, in the person of an obnoxious author of such novels.
Dorothy L. Sayers somewhere mentions a "Silas" somebody and his similarly grim opus, in a catalog of the current literary scene as encountered by Harriet Vane. But I can't track it down just now.
Had a recent kind message from Linda inquiring about our welfare in the Nashville tornado of last week. Nice to know I was missed! Actually the storm didn't come near us, but watching the reporting on TV was quite scary enough as we hovered near our "bolt-hole" -- we have no basement. Our place is in suburban Brentwood, well south of the storm's path.
I'd simply been away from Pemberley, completing a read of Tom Jones and then of Moby Dick -- quite a book!
- Moby Dick and Ray Bradbury - off topic Constanza 18:21:39 4/23/98 (0)
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