Table of Contents | 25 July 2011
Trollope's characters may be cardboard and his future risible, but the moral issues he raises and explores are both prescient and subtle. If science fiction is the last bastion of serious philosophical writing, Trollope, in this respect, was more prescient than most other writers.
I was given to watercolor; / dreamy pictures of heaven / and earth—though oil was / tempting.
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