Mon 28 Sep, 2020 07:10 am
Should I read "The voice production is direct, in a male voice, which..." as "the production of voice is like the voice of a man"?
The control in this instance professes to be Walter, the lady's dead brother, and he exhibits a very marked individuality with a strong sense of humour and considerable command of racy vernacular. The voice production is direct, in a male voice, which seems to operate some few inches in front of the medium's forehead.
"The History of Spiritualism," by Arthur Conan Doyle
Yes, a forceful, male voice.
Thanks. is "direct" an adjective?