Christopher Fry (book #32)

Derek Stanford, 1954.

A good quotation from “Thor, With Angels”:

(It doesn’t do a man any good, daylight.
It means up and doing, and that means up to no good.
The best life is led horizontal … )

This interview is quite amusing, mostly unintentionally (“To my surprise, I discovered that he too felt diffident at the prospect of talking to someone much more knowledgeable about Arthurian legend … I offered him what encouragement I could”.)

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One Response to “Christopher Fry (book #32)”

  1. Nitram Ap Says:

    I wd think it perfectly possible to be up to no good horizontally.

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