You know, that’s the main question, and it’s been answered a lot of times. But now that we’ve answered all that and we understand what’s actually happening on the page, we have the opportunity to explore some broader notions about the Lotus and other things we’ve seen on the page.
How many books do you read a year?
I’m sure you can guess the number, but I think there are probably hundreds of books in my home library.
Who are the characters in these books?
There are probably a hundred different characters in each book you read, and a thousand different characters in my favorite book, The White Album.
Who is Michael Morpurgo?
Mr. Morpurgo is my co-book reader. He reads every one of my books.
What makes a good title for this kind of book?
Any book that has the word “literary” in it should start life with that word. There’s no point in having a title like, “Gone with the Wind” except to make it sound good, because the reader hasn’t read it yet. We’re trying to do something that we want to read that we don’t know anything about. “Literary Fiction” is an easy one to answer this way. Another way, of course, is, the actual names of the various characters are written in all-caps letters. That’s where we begin!
Can you tell me more about Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Lost Dimension?”
First off, the title is a reference to the book. It’s named after the book of the same name that was published in 1836, and that has become one of the great classic novels, although it was written by William Faulkner about ten years later. Stevenson writes it as a story of a time in his life when he went away to study in Paris, and went down into a dark and dank cellar. The underground cavern has a doorway and a door that leads out through a narrow passage between four rooms. It’s a cellar. In it, Stevenson writes a whole bunch of stories, including a little bit of adventure, some mystery, some romance, but mostly a very light-hearted, humorous take on a lot more deep-dive, scientific ideas than we usually get in science fiction, like in the “Lost Dimension” stories, and some stories that are about science and medicine and psychology. He writes about the nature of the soul in different ways that can
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