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      A MAN OF A CERTAIN AGE told me            something I wrote consisted too much

— Anthony Russell, "Signs & Wonders"

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of complaint. He warned that an audience with the expectation of entertainment would not abide it for very long; unfortunately, my words were never for him in the first place, or the nebulous audience he summoned for the purpose of dismissing me. No — my words were the piquant complaint of generations, some four hundred years, after which God took notice, responding with a mighty hand, an outstretched arm, great terror, signs and wonders..."

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