Friday, March 24, 2006


I have been having a childhood story read to me on the way to work. Nothing better than C.S Lewis' Narnia, though there have been a few cases where I was very glad that the narrator changes every book. Still it is great to visit a childhood favourite again. I heard one of the best quotes from "the Silver Chair" today, I had been looking forward to it from the moment I started the book.

"MAN. This elegant little biped has long been valued as a delicacy. It forms a traditional part of the Autumn Feast, and is searved between the fish and the joint."
- Chapter 9, the Silver Chair, C.S. Lewis

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