Saturday, 9 May 1992

Sir Roger de Coverley

Fiction ~ short story
Published December 1927
(First read 09/05/1992) 

[Benson's] own ambivalence toward, and abiding fascination with, the supernatural, means that a healthy edge of scepticism undercuts even his lighter, more whimsical tales, like the first two [in the collection Sea Mist], dealing with time-slips and mediums - Sir Roger de Coverley and The Box at the Bank.
~Alexis Lykiard. Quoted from his review of Ash-Tree Press' Sea Mist, first published in All Hallows magazine, 06/2005

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