Myst-Making: The Art of Sub-creation in “Myst: The book of Atrus”

[N.B. Though I do discuss the themes of the book in a detailed manner, I have included no real plot spoilers.] The incarnate mind, the tongue, and the tale are in our world coeval. The human mind, endowed with the powers of generalization and abstraction, sees not only green-grass, discriminating it from other things (and … Continue reading Myst-Making: The Art of Sub-creation in “Myst: The book of Atrus”

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Book Review: “Myst: The Book of Atrus” by Rand and Robyn Miller, with David Wingrove

Title: Myst: The Book of Atrus Series: followed by The Book of Ti’ana (a prequel) and The Book of D’ni based on the mythology of the Myst computer games. Author: Rand and Robyn Miller, with David Wingrove Pages: 286 Published: 1995 by Cyan, Inc. Spoiler-free Synopsis: “These pages are your link to the story of … Continue reading Book Review: “Myst: The Book of Atrus” by Rand and Robyn Miller, with David Wingrove