Saturday, 2 July 2022

J.B. Priestley bubbles with delight.

Here is J.B. Priestley: man of letters; author of 'An Inspector Calls', 'Dangerous Corner' and many other such examinations of the nature of morality and time. 



Would you be inclined to describe him, do you think, as a flibbertigibbet on a weathercock? Me neither. But I tell you who would - J.B. Priestley. Here he is having reached number 61 in a list of things that cause him delight:


4 comments:

Angela said...

Love it! You've uncovered another little treasure - thank you for sharing it. Apart from being delightful itself, it makes me feel a lot better about my own inability for planning ahead. :-)

Anonymous said...

JB checks his privilege. How very him.

v.edgy said...

A couple of days ago Twitter went down briefly and, at a loose end, I thought, "I wonder whether John has posted anything on his blog... in the last seven months?". Well, "Yes!", yes you had, and I meant to say how much I enjoyed your single solitary post. But then I got distracted, so I've returned to put that right. And stealing someone else's words, it made me bubble with delight.

Anonymous said...

I liked his play "Anne in Spectacles".