In the middle of the night, I woke up cold. This is common at the moment. I began to think, this is also common but also risky,
I was struck with an oddity…all of a sudden the narrator’s voice disappeared and VH made a comment about a person mentioned in the story being a relative ‘of the writer’.
Whoa. Or Woh! If you prefer….
That pulled me up short. My 1st thought? I don’t think you are allowed to do that…come out of character and flog something in your interest…
Wether you are, or not he has done it, and who am I to argue to with the great Victor Hugo.
Not withstanding my writing an essay in University stating my view that Wordsworth was not really a great poet but rather a great editor. Ahem.
The liberties of Mr Hugo aside I found myself thinking about who is the storyteller in ‘The Avalon Journals’. Who wrote them? What is the point of view? From whence does it originate?