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by Lord Flint’s Volunteer I WENT TO the track.
A good night out watching the greyhounds race and having a bet. The mechanical rabbit whizzed past.
Traps sprang open.
Dogs chased.
They ran full tilt.
Perfect canine athletes, they ran as if their lives depended on it.
Trying to catch a mechanical…
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Essays

by John I. Johnson TEXAS-BORN NOVELIST Patricia Highsmith (1921-1995) (born Mary Patricia Plangman), author of Strangers on a Train (1950) (adapted to the screen by director Alfred Hitchcock) and a series of crime novels starring psychopathic murderer Tom Ripley (The Talented Mr. Ripley [1955]),…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany AS HE CRAWLED from the tombs of the fallen a worm met with an angel. And together they looked upon the kings and kingdoms, and youths and maidens and the cities of men. They saw the old men heavy in their chairs and heard the children singing in the fields. They saw far wars and warriors and walled…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany IT WAS THE VOICE of the flowers on the West wind, the lovable, the old, the lazy West wind, blowing ceaselessly, blowing sleepily, going Greecewards. “The woods have gone away, they have fallen and left us; men love us no longer, we are lonely by moonlight. Great engines rush over the…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany FAME, AS SHE walked at evening in a city saw the painted face of Notoriety flaunting beneath a gas-lamp, and many kneeled unto her in the dirt of the road. “Who are you?” Fame said to her. “I am Fame,” said Notoriety. Then Fame stole softly away so that no one knew…
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Essays

by John I. Johnson NOVELIST JACK LONDON (pictured; 1876-1916), the author of The Call of the Wild (1903), was the subject of a very good Web site hosted by the University of California at Berkeley (now archived). The site’s administrators write, “Because he was an autodidact, London’s ideas…
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Essays

Götterdämmerung
by Dr. Peter H. Peel When spring lightly touches,
With hand green and golden,
The mountains and fjords,
Then shouts the sea rover,
“A-viking! A-viking!” The hammers are busy,
On weapon and harness.
Then flashes the broad blade,
In every sea hamlet.
The dragon ships, thirsty,…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott APPARENTLY SOME JEW named Ryback has just written a book that includes extensive criticism of Hitler as a writer. Since I have read the first half of Mein KampfEine Abrechnung, in German, I feel qualified to make some comments. People think that Hitler was a terrible writer mainly…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce ST. MARTINS PRESS has just published a fascinating new book. It’s by journalist Gordon Thomas and is titled Gideon’s Spies: the Secret History of the Mossad. Mossad is the name of Israel’s official espionage and assassination agency. The history of…
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Essays

Is the purge and intolerance of even mildly nationalist thought — or any kind of thought that does not slavishly toe the Jewish/multiracialist line — as bad in other genres as it is in the fantasy genre? by David Sims HERE IS MY original post on Best Fantasy Books Forum (BFBF): I found this…
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