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18 March 2012
The characters in The House That Groaned are almost-impossibly bizarre, each with their own unique and often ironic quirk. In that respect the story reminded me of Sartre's short stories and plays, where we see the characters not so much as living people, but agents of fate. Are existentialism and fatalism ideas that interest you?
How much of you is there in the novel's characters? I know you were quite a sickly child when you were growing up, which you've said fed into Brian's diseasophilia. Is the tension between Marion and Janet part of your own neuroses?