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The Savage Secret Agent Who Ignited The French And Indian War In His Own Words
Posted in Histories on Jan 28, 2020 — 111 reads
Blood Meridian: Or The Evening Redness In The West By Cormac McCarthy
Posted in Histories on Jan 12, 2020 — 260 reads, 2 comments
Blood Meridian: Or The Evening Redness In The West By Cormac McCarthy
Posted in Histories on Jan 8, 2020 — 347 reads, 1 comment
A Plantation America Refuge?
Posted in Histories on Jan 2, 2020 — 481 reads, 1 comment
Crackpot Mailbox: A Look At AntiAmerican Symbolism
Posted in Blog on Jan 2, 2020 — 415 reads
Against The Grain: A Look At The Criticism Of James Scott's Book
Posted in Histories on Dec 23, 2019 — 310 reads, 1 comment
How The Ancients Spoke Before The World Was Woke
Posted in Histories on Dec 18, 2019 — 387 reads
William Penn In Pennsylvania By Dr. Paul A. W. Wallace And James P. O’Brian
Posted in Histories on Dec 16, 2019 — 282 reads
An Example Of Craft Abandonment
Posted in Histories on Dec 13, 2019 — 270 reads
An Excerpt From The Journal Of Washinton’s White Indian Guide
Posted in Histories on Dec 6, 2019 — 189 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: Adel Delves Into The Graphomania
Posted in Blog on Dec 4, 2019 — 227 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: Midnight Leasedern Time 9:00 PM Leftoid Time
Posted in Blog on Nov 30, 2019 — 234 reads
Impressions Of The Lectures Of Aaron Sullivan And Lauren Duval, C-Span 3, 10/4/19
Posted in Histories on Nov 26, 2019 — 184 reads, 1 comment
Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, & The Prison Of Belief By Lawrence Wright
Posted in Blog on Nov 20, 2019 — 394 reads, 3 comments
Crackpot Mailbox: Dennis Dale And James Discuss The Irish Question
Posted in Histories on Nov 18, 2019 — 446 reads
Crackpot Mailbox: Baruch And James Discuss Hobbes And Slavery
Posted in Histories on Nov 8, 2019 — 237 reads, 1 comment
Crackpot Mailbox: AmericanDagda Spackles The Cracked Pottery
Posted in Histories on Nov 1, 2019 — 388 reads, 2 comments
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In this sequel to Black and Pale [also published in print as The Jericho Bone], Yusef, having survived the Egyptian Famine of 1201, seeks passage to India so he can find the woman he once saw in a flesh house tapestry and make her his—his carnal quest aided by the weird creatures stalking him across the Sinai at some sorcerer's behest.
 
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