[percy-l] Lancelot the Jihadist
rhonda_mcdonnell at msn.com
Fri Jan 12 12:17:43 EST 2007
Thank you for your insightful comments. You often have a way of bringing
clarity to a discussion.
"I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing
than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance"
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>I would dissent from mr. Larson's view that Walker is speaking through
>Lancelot, a mistake that even learned critics have been making for years.
>awlays puzzled Walker after the publication of the book with the same
>Socrtes must have felt as they passed him the hemlock.
>"Don't folks know irony when they see it?" opined WP. I would remeark that
>the reasson for the mistake is that there is something so appealing in the
>character that put s the reader on his side despite his nihilism in the
>latter passages of the book.
>Walker was by my personal observation of him, much taken with the Vatican
>changes at a time when lots of RCs in Covington were not. I mean to check
>these observations with others and supplement this hereafter.
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