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The Second Inquisition [novelette] (1970)

by Joanna Russ

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A stunning, presumably autobiographical, story about escaping the bounds of a small town upbringing and the power of fiction to change the people who read it. Complete with a delicious twist on a familiar time travel paradox. ( )
  clong | Dec 1, 2013 |
Rather surreal and vague "visitors from the future" story. ( )
  PortiaLong | Jul 18, 2009 |
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Wenn ein Mensch dem Einfluß seiner
Mitbürger widerstehen, wenn er sich
von der Tyrannei des Klatsches sei-
ner Nachbarn freimachen kann,
dann hat die Welt keine Schrecken
mehr für ihn; es gibt keine Zweite
Inquisition.
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Oft beobachtete ich unsern Gast, wenn sie im Wohnzimmer unter der Stehlampe neben dem neuen Philco-Radio saß und las, die langen, langen Beine vor sich ausgestreckt.
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