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Many agree that the prime of FLW''s 5 or 6 careers happened from Malcolm Willey to WWII. (Some might call it his renaissance, but we all know what he thought of that period!) Of all the wonderful designs of that era, Auldbrass is the most inventive, even more so than Hanna, its closest cousin. Yet it got short shrift when it came to publication, probably because so many of the drawings were hard to reproduce clearly. Or possibly because it was too hard for some critics to comprehend. Or Manhattan didn't know how to find Yamassee. By 1986, the place was falling apart. Joel saved it. Now it has taken its place as one of the true masterpieces.
Do you believe Eric's proposed additional structure(s) should be erected---or is what's there enough for any man or beast---angels included ?