Characters in Classic Novels with Personality Disorders

Laughs are at a premium these days, what with the pandemic still going on as a second Christmas approaches.That being so, I thought I’d use my recent renewed interest in personality disorders by subjecting some classic characters in fiction to a bit of the dreaded lay analysis.If this post gives a few readers a laugh, … Continue reading Characters in Classic Novels with Personality Disorders

A Round Robin from Kenrick

I, Goronwy Kenrick, receive so much of what you moderns call in your rebarbative parlance ‘fan mail’ that I feel I must reply ; yet, having no spare time (and that in itself is ironic, in view of my experiments with time, ha, ha!) I am taking advantage of another vulgar modern idea – the … Continue reading A Round Robin from Kenrick

Dracula – The Classic Vampire Story – Part II

Readers of Dracula know that the Count wished to relocate from the Capathian’s to London, presumably to increase his calorific intake, and also to spread the vampire population. I can’t help imagining, if this happened today, his appearing on one of those property programmes. A bright and breezy presenter speaks about His Lordship's hopes regarding … Continue reading Dracula – The Classic Vampire Story – Part II