|Guides to allegorical travels
||[Nov. 19th, 2015|09:51 am]
From my comment at Arhyalon's latest Superversive guest post:|
In TGD, your description of the passengers' reaction to the bus driver sounded like something out of Atlas Shrugged. ;-) I think there was more to the bus driver than that. His mysterious gesture of waving something away from his face turned up in a Charles Williams thriller too, and had something to do with Dante...?
Anyway, in TGD the bus driver had little to say; the narrator/guide role was MacDonald's. Where did Virgil do that (for Dante?) according to Williams. From a non-Inklings source, see Myers' Golias in Silverlock.