Saturday, 24 June 2017

Routes Through The Blogs

Three posts comprise links to a lot of other posts. They are:

Literary Comparisons;
Great Cities;
The Food Thread.

Thus, I hope that any interested readers will be able to find non-linear routes through this and other blogs. There is also a circular sequence of links that can be entered here although I would have to rediscover the precise sequence by trial and error.

The authors listed in "Literary Comparisons" wrote prose fiction, drama, poetry or graphic fiction.

The cities include the mythical Ys, the Biblical Tyre, the present day Birmingham, the future Archopolis, the alien Ardaig, the small market town historically classified as the City of Lancaster and three versions of York (historical, alternative and "AI emulated").

Another route through the blog is to search, e.g., for Martians, immortality, humour/humor or unemployment. So I trust that readers will be able to find informative or interesting lines of thought during periods when less new posts are being published?

6 comments:

  1. Kaor, Paul!

    I think the "alternative" York is the city seen in OPERATION LUNA by Steven and Virginia Matuchek.

    I would have included Constantinople in your list of cities because we do see it in THERE WILL BE TIME, shortly before it was sacked in 1204.

    Sean

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    1. Sean,
      I have added Constantinople and Venice on the Great Cities post. Constantinople is in more than THERE WILL BE TIME.
      Paul.

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    2. Kaor, Paul!

      You're right! I forgot about the first volume of PA's historical novel on King Harald Hardrede, THE GOLDEN HORN. We see quite a lot about Constantinople in that book.

      Sean

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    3. Sean,
      And in THE BOAT OF A MILLION YEARS.
      Paul.

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    4. Kaor, Paul!

      I thought of BOAT as well but wasn't sure if a single chapter showing Constantinople was enough to justify citing it.

      Sean

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