A life time fan and Prisonerologist of the 1960's series 'the Prisoner', a leading authority on the subject, a short story writer, and now Prisoner novelist.
Good question! - BCNU!
Hello Arno, Yes but what's the answer? Perhaps both, if The Village and the Prisoner's conscience are one and the same!Very best regardsDavidBCNU
The answer? 2 sides of the same coin. On the level of (series) action he's prisoner of the Village. On the level of interpretation he a prisoner of his conscience, of himself, of us all.- BCNU!
Maybe also a Prisoner of social conscience.. or conciousness..Best wishes,JanaBCNU!
To expand on what David said, perhaps the Village is a representation of his conscience - mostly well ordered, beautiful in places. But with some dark and scary areas.....Be seeing you!ZM72
No doubt about that. - BCNU!