…For those of you who have not yet realised, the preceding monographs have followed,
relatively closely, the lines laid out by the Danish Philosopher, Soren Kierkegaard,
in his master-work, ‘Fear and Trembling’.
Quite apart from his unquestionble literary genius and an eternally playful spirit,
Kierkegaard is interesting for a number of reasons.
His name, for one, which means ‘church-yard’, compare, scottish ‘kirk’ for ‘church’,
and the fact that all his published written works were placed in the public domain
under a series of aliases which comprised a different nom de plume, or pen-name, for each work.
We shall return to literary masks in due course…
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