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England: An Elegy England: An Elegy by Roger Scruton
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“England for him was no longer a real place, but a consecrated isle in the lake of forgetting, where the God of the English still strode through an imaginary Eden, admiring His works.”
Roger Scruton, England: An Elegy
“The heretic is the one who speaks against the community from a place within its territory. He is the enemy within. The heathen, by contrast, is safely behind the walls, excluded by his own invincible arrogance.”
Roger Scruton, England: An Elegy