• I’m also appreciative of how MacDonald’s imagination provokes ours to greater heights when we consider what our life will be like when we’ve crossed over the threshold of death. In a physical sense, Anodos is a part of the life of the earth, both contributing to it and benefiting from it. This mirrors what @fidei mentioned in calling out the…[Read more]

  • I’m happily revising as I go after reading some of ya’ll’s insights…

    Anodos kind of reminds me of Sean Bean’s Boromir from the LOTR films – this mixture of responsibility and longing.

    Anodos (or his family) is fairly affluent; the house is big enough to close off his father’s study indefinitely, and he “orders lights” to be lit, implying…[Read more]