I have read Zelazny's "Creatures of Light and Darkness." A good read. My favorite short by Zelazny is "For a Breath I Tarry" - here's a link to the story in its entirety. You can read it on your "break."Ever read Zelazny's "Creatures of Light and Darkness"? The Iliad?
Modern "education" tsk tsk. apparently students don't know any Greek mythology. Heck they can't read, add or subtract. But they do know that teachers are underpaid! Only the "important" things are taught.
The censor ruined my Diogones story by blacking out the word "w hore." Yeah, most of that crap was unnecessary but hey, that's a liberal arts education for you. The worst part is that once you start you end up reading stuff on your own, and for me it never stops. I can spew random BS about all kinds of junk, much to the chagrin of my acquaintances.Well, I was never self-abusive enough to wade through all that stuff. Sometimes I wish I had though. A few Greek plays and some selected writings of the classics is as far as I've gone. We could probably benefit from more classical education and less touchie-feelie self-esteem driven nonsense in school. People would learn that many of the questions we face today are no different than they were thousands of years ago. Especially political/social ones.