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“Murray and Graves redefined witchcraft into a religion with an actual theology, which offered something of value to the modern seeker standing outside of Jewish or Christian belief. Murray formed the goddess from the primordial myth, Graves breathed life into her, and Gardner became her first high priest.”
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Anthony Boucher
“James Hilton, who had himself endured an almost equally amazing mass enthusiasm, referred in a radio talk to Mr. Winton’s admirable “Threenody.” This sent thousands scurrying to the Oxford English Dictionary, and set other thousands writing indignantly to their pet radio editors. Fifty-three per cent of these managed an indirect reference to England’s war debt.”
Anthony Boucher, Exeunt Murderers: The Best Mystery Stories of Anthony Boucher

“I am surprised that General Ruin, when she was in zero gee in outer space, did not fall in the direction we call “space-down,” travelling in the same direction as the bombs dropped from bomber ships in reel one. We all know objects in outer space are pulled by gravity from the top of the screen to the bottom.”
John C. Wright, The Last Straw: A Critical Autopsy of a Galaxy Far, Far Away

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“Eileen Joy, in particular, has been repeatedly accused of publicly naming graduate students “in order to extract confessions” over imagined grievances. “She puts Bernard Gui to shame,” said one academic I spoke to who insisted his name not be used. (This is slightly unfair—to Gui. Church inquisitors believed in giving accused heretics the chance to prove themselves innocent before they passed judgment, unlike many secular judges, and Eileen.)”
Milo Yiannopoulos, Middle Rages: Why the Battle for Medieval Studies Matters to America

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