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Re: [mythsoc] CSL and H.G. Wells

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  • Mike Foster
    In other words, no conclusive sighting of the Ivory-billed Jules. Mike ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 27, 2006
      In other words, no conclusive sighting of the Ivory-billed Jules.

      Mike

      WendellWag@... wrote:

      >I asked the following question (by E-mail) of Dave Langford:
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      >>In your article in _The Fortean Times_, issue 199, you wonder if H. G.
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      >Wells was
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      >>depressed by being satirized in _That Hideous Strength_ by C. S. Lewis.
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      >Has it even been
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      >>established that Wells read _That Hideous Strength_? That doesn't sound
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      >very likely to
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      >>me, but perhaps you know of some evidence otherwise.
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      >He replied with the following:
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      >>I took some care to qualify that speculation with "perhaps". From my own
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      >>irrespective of whether Wells read the book, I think it plausible that
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      >some Lewis reader
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      >>would have pointed out that passage to him.
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      >Wendell Wagner
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