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Ned and Verity continually attempt to fix the time travel incongruity. They must know the histories of the characters around them, and their descendants impact on future history, and also the mystery of Mr. Their interloping attempts to fix the known history of the people around them cause ripple effects forward and backward through history from Waterloo to World War II, and even to when time travel was invented.
After several adventures attempting to correct things themselves, both end up, mistakenly, in different eras attempting to get back to In their absence, time itself corrects their meddling.
On their return to , Mr C has been identified, interrupted relationships between characters have occurred, and clues throughout their experience reveal the location of the Bishop's bird stump in Finally, in , just in time for the celebration of the cathedral reconstruction, the location of the Bishop's bird stump proves to the historians and scientists that, in certain scenarios, objects can be brought forward in time which heralds a renaissance in recovery of historically lost, destroyed, or extinct objects.
Characters[ edit ] Ned Henry, 21st-century historian, assigned by Lady Schrapnell to search for the "bishop's bird stump" by all possible means. This includes attending every jumble sale held in Coventry in Verity Kindle, another historian, who specializes in s detective fiction. She masquerades as Verity Brown, a distant niece of Colonel and Mrs.
Mering, in order to find and read their daughter's diary. By virtue of a time slippage, she brings something back to , beginning the whole cascade of events. Professor James Dunworthy, a historian who has been associated with the Time Travel program from the beginning.
Finch, Dunworthy's clever and efficient secretary. He eventually joins the other time travelers in , masquerading as the butler at the estate of the Chattisbournes, who are neighbours of the Merings. He finds the role easy to play, as he excels at organization and service.
Tocelyn "Tossie" Mering, a beautiful and intelligent "rose of England" who, through the influence of her parents, is flighty, spoiled, and ignorant. She is Lady Shrapnell's ancestor. It is her memoirs, and her account of having her life changed when she visited St. Michael's Church in Coventry, which later became Coventry Cathedral , which inspired Lady Shrapnell to begin the reconstruction.
Colonel and Mrs. The Colonel is retired from the Indian Army and now devotes his time to collecting exotic goldfish. Mering is a hypochondriac and a fan of spiritualism. The novel credits her with inventing the "jumble sale", that is, a bazaar where people donate unwanted household items, instead of donating items they have made, such as cakes, scones, craft items, etc.
Terence St. Trewes, a young Oxford undergraduate whom Ned meets when he first arrives in Despite his not having any money about him, Terence is in fact a minor aristocrat and will have a considerable income, making him perfect for Tossie in the eyes of her parents. Professor Peddick, an Oxford don, Terence's personal tutor, who accompanies Terence and Ned on their trip downriver. Professor Peddick is an authority on both exotic fish and military history - which instantly endears him to Colonel Mering, and secures the trio an invitation to stay in the Merings' house - and an outspoken defender of the Great Man Theory of history.
Professor Overforce, another Oxford don, and Professor Peddick's rival for a prestigious chair. Professor Overforce does not appear in person, but is frequently mentioned as an advocate of the Social Darwinism view of history. Baine, the Merings' butler. According to the book, employers routinely give their servants pseudonyms for various reasons. Chattisborne calls all her maids by the same name so as not to have to learn new ones. Mering believes it is more refined to have English rather than Irish servants.
She also uses the name "Jane" to refer to a maid named "Colleen. Mering will not have it used in her house. Baine is like P. Now, though, Loompanics is no more. Loompanics' approach to DIY countries combined practical how-tos with an edgy political attitude; Warner and Dam veer decisively away from such downbeat stuff.
Bubbling with madcap energy, This Land slaps the eye with sunshine colors and seduces with doodly lines. The authors seem positively high on the wackiness of the various communities they chronicle — or, more precisely, on the oddball aspects of human nature such places highlight.
The result is a bright, frictionless treatment of a topic that could have been controversial in other hands. The art is full of playful experiments with composition and seemingly endless variations on some of the stories' most common themes. The latter indicate just how creative the authors are, since most micronations and utopias tend to have similar histories.
A guy it's almost always a guy, though the roving lesbians who called themselves the Van Dykes were a colorful exception and possibly some followers find a place where the nearest government hopefully won't notice them. They throw up a few rickety structures though, again, there are exceptions, like the elaborate Alpine tunnels of the Temples of Humankind.
Sometimes they declare themselves princes and princesses and issue stamps. Sometimes they even get a rudimentary economy going.
But after a while, usually, the aforementioned nearby government decides enough is enough and crushes them. Faced with this unavoidably repetitive script, Warner is undaunted. His unflappable cheer infuses even the most short-lived or featureless communities with interest. The more extraordinary ones are utterly mesmerizing. There's Auroville, within the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, a spiral-shaped city built by a female guru and her followers in Its massive golden dome, the Matrimandir, still attracts tourists.
There's Freedom Cove, in British Columbia, a self-sufficient floating estate constructed by two artists in the '90s. The couple must continually rebuild as Pacific winds rip parts of the structure away. There's Libertatia, a possibly mythical community that's believed to have been founded by pirates and former slaves off the coast of Madagascar in the s.