I must confess to being a fan of The Twilight Zone, an amazing series that ran on CBS-TV for five or six seasons in the 1960’s. I know I am not alone in valuing the black and white show that intelligently and touchingly explored a nation’s morals, fears, confrontation with technology, government, power, war, beauty, greed and other leading issues of the day — many of them timeless. But I’m always surprised when someone, especially a contemporary of mine, says they don’t like or never watched the series.
Of course we can’t all have the same tastes, passions, or views – and certainly we won’t all watch the same TV show, movie or play. But that also means we won’t all read or like the same book. Yours included.