It’s Time for a Theological Ghost Story

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  1. I have to get to work tomorrow at 6am, have a meeting at 1pm my time (that’s AZ time), so I’m going to have to listen to this tomorrow after work.


  2. David Llewellyn Dodds says:

    By way of a bibliographical note, Lord Arglay appears earlier in Williams’s third novel written, and second published, Many Dimensions, and that novel is in various respects a sequel to his second novel written and first published, War in Heaven.

    I don’t think one needs to know this, to appreciate this story, but they are facts and may have some significance – that this is a ‘further adventure’ of Lord Arglay.

    (Getting a bit more speculative, Williams had begun working on his sixth novel, eventually published as Descent into Hell, in some form when he published this story, and in its final form, it features a mysterious shack which it may be worth comparing and contrasting with the house, here.)


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