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poliphilo ([personal profile] poliphilo) wrote in [personal profile] sovay 2017-08-03 11:25 am (UTC)

I've just re-read the story. It seems to me that- while keeping close to Aickman's narrative- Dyson and Gatiss hint heavily at repressed sexuality whereas the original is more to do with religion (and especially the weirdness of continental Catholicism).

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