BY JON PILL
‘You’ve got mail,’ said the computer electronically.
‘Read it to me, computer,’ I spoke organically.
‘So many,’ it quothed digitally.
‘So many what?’ queried I fleshily…
I had not thought death had undone so many. -T.S. Eliot
Well, I hope you had a merry Christmas time. One way to address your question is to refer you to my very early reading this year in which I made a sally into the 1700s. I read Robinson Crusoe, I read Gulliver’s Travels, I read Tristram Shandy. And the last of these showed me clearly that the madcap and what might be called ‘the experimental’ is inherent to the canon. That cray was there, all the time… Click HERE for the rest of Jim’s bletter.