3 thoughts on “Prophecies and Dooms – Mark Samuels

  1. I bought this book as a completist collector of this author. And it seems full of well-written and potentially interesting anecdotes, observations and insights (some controversial, I infer), but I am no expert in such phenomena, especially with my lifetime belief in the literary theory of the Intentional Fallacy and my more recent activity in describing, interpreting and evaluating hyper-imaginative, hopefully non-didactic fiction works, an activity pursued with a sense of wonder and poetic critique based purely on the text, a text presumably provided by the author to stand alone. Or at least alone as part of the Jungian labyrinth of such literature?

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