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Notes on Literature and Movies: The Time Travel Motif in Movies and Popular Fiction

The other day I happened to be watching The Time Traveller’s Wife on TV. It got me thinking about the myriad creative forms in which the time travel motif has been made use of in movies and popular fiction. Off the top … Continue reading

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Musings: Voices

Little, Big is filled with haunting voices; Before Sunrise is one long conversation; Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita probably has the most talkative narrative voice in literature – three details that mean so much to me now, that would have … Continue reading

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