Nigel Brown's Night Land Essays

Among other things, Nigel Brown explains why he disagrees with some common assessments of The Night Land.

A woman in a gown, drawn in blue and white

A woman painted on a Greek urn

An armed man outside a tall, steep-sided pyramid, surrounded by green mist... the power of Hodgson's novel goes beyond that conjured up by his imagination. Hodgson uses solid narrative techniques to tell his story; techniques which are worth a closer look by any writer interested in writing a gripping story.