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Alfred Tennyson

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“Our great deeds,” now “half-forgotten things.” Of weariness, and the fatal desire for rest and death . . . submitted and selected by John I. Johnson “On the tenth day we set foot on the land of the lotos-eaters who eat a flowering food. . . . I sent forth certain of my company…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce The following article is an elaboration of a portion of an address by Dr. Pierce to the General Convention of the National Alliance in September, 1978, entitled “The World View of the National Alliance.”  IN THE LATE Middle Ages there lived in Germany a remarkable scholar…
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