"Markus Altendorff" <maa### [at] anthrosphinxde> wrote in message
> Stephen wrote:
>> On Wed, 11 Apr 2007 23:22:36 +0100, "St." <dot### [at] dotcom> wrote:
>>> Next topic? Sure: "The Black Robe" by Wilkie Collins - 1824-1889.
>>> (Pulled via "The Hat")
>>> Set your imagination alight...
>> Oh! Drat. Couldn't it have been the "Moonstone" or "The lady in White" by
>> Collins? I've read them. And the Moonstone gives lots of scope; India,
>> Robinson Crusoe, Napoleon etc.
> Oh. Now i'm confused. I thought it was about what one comes up with,
> looking at the title alone (instead of the content) - do i now really have
> to read the story each time? ;)
Heh, no. I'm sure Stephen is holding his tongue in his cheek here...
Here's another one: "Before Adam" by Jack London, 1876-1916.
Now, interpretate that title in any way that you want, Stills or Anims.
I personally like this one, (even though I've only just seen it), and it
sets your mind thinking about what it may have been like before Adam. But
*who* is Adam?
Here's another example: "The Doctors Dilemma" by Bernard Shaw,
1856-1950. What 'Dilemma'? Who 'is' the Doctor?
Set your mind alight...
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