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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany IT WAS THE custom on Tuesdays in the temple of Chu-bu for the priests to enter at evening and chant, “There is none but Chu-bu.” And all the people rejoiced and cried out, “There is none but Chu-bu.” And honey was offered to Chu-bu, and maize and fat. Thus was he…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany IT WAS THE occupation of Mr. Thomas Shap to persuade customers that the goods were genuine and of an excellent quality, and that as regards the price their unspoken will was consulted. And in order to carry on this occupation he went by train very early every morning some few miles nearer…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany THE CHILD that played about the terraces and gardens in sight of the Surrey hills never knew that it was he that should come to the Ultimate City, never knew that he should see the Under Pits, the barbicans and the holy minarets of the mightiest city known. I think of him now as a child with a…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany THIS IS the story that the desolate man told to me on the lonely Highland road one autumn evening with winter coming on and the stags roaring. The saddening twilight, the mountain already black, the dreadful melancholy of the stags’ voices, his friendless mournful face, all seemed…
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Essays

CHRISTOPHER TOLKIEN has sadly passed away at the age of 95. As any reader of JRR Tolkien’s works knows, Christopher was far more than the curator of his father’s works, and we are as much dependent on Christopher as we are on John for bringing the whole Middle Earth saga to print. John had immense…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany CHARON leaned forward and rowed. All things were one with his weariness. It was not with him a matter of years or of centuries, but of wide floods of time, and an old heaviness and a pain in the arms that had become for him part of the scheme that the gods had made and was of a piece with Eternity.…
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Classic EssaysDavid Sims

Introduction by David Sims TOMMY Robinson’s livestream could not have been prejudicial to the trial of the Muslim pedophile rapists because the jury would not have had any chance to see that Facebook livestream prior to giving their verdict in the case, which they did on that very same day. The…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE is out. Maya Angelou, Frantz Fanon, and W.E.B. DuBois are in. I’m talking about fashion at American universities. There’s been some discussion in the mass media recently about the fact that American universities are phasing out Shakespeare…
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News

WOW. Just when you began to wonder how the politically correct agenda could get any more pathetic than calling Star Wars racist because Darth Vader is black, its purveyors go and aspire. That’s right. History is being rewritten left and right to avoid hurting anyone’s feelings in this country. Now…
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Classic Essays

Sherlock Holmes versus Dr. John Evelyn Thorndyke EVERYONE IS quite familiar with Sherlock Holmes and his faithful friend and biographer, Dr . John H. Watson . To many of us they conjure up visions of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce tracking down numerous villains, ranging from the diabolical Pro­fessor…
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