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The Christian Science Monitor
takes on the best fiction 2005
Likewise, the Globe and Mail's 100 best
C.S. Lewis didn't like the idea
of a Narnia film. "Anthropomorphic animals, when taken out of narrative into actual visibility, always turn into buffoonery or nightmare," he wrote."This is a great time to be editing a magazine," he said. "There is a global war on terror, a war in Iraq and we have a presidential administration that is collapsing. And we don't seem to have any politicians that know what to do about it. It is a very interesting time for Harper's." Harper's has a new editor.In my day, we called it conjuring the Buddha. The Always Amusing Euphemism Generator.
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