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Moss, Sidney P. Clason, Jr. The trial was held in New York City on Feb. Although Poe won his case in court and was awarded damages, his reputation suffered irreparable damage during the period Moss covers in his book. Meister, John G. Nethery, Wallace. Osowski, Judy. Paul, Raymond. Who Murdered Mary Rogers. John Walsh, Poe the Detective Rutgers, Pemberton, J. Pollin, Burton R. Discoveries in Poe Notre Dame, Ind. Burton, who was noted for his portrayal of Dr. Ollapod became Mr. Morphine because Poe was then working for Burton; five years later, when Poe was no longer employed by Burton, Mr.
Morphine became Dr. Ollapod in the Broadway Journal printing of the tale. Quinn, Patrick F. Reece, James B. Elizabeth F.
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See PN, 2 , Stauffer, Donald Barlow. Stein, Allen F. Stromberg, Jean S. Thompson, G. With sly insinuation Poe mocks his readers and himself as writer, and we must become aware of this double irony if we are to read him rightly. His selection of the poetry and criticism is more or less standard.
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For a contrary view see Benjamin F. Fisher, AL, 42 , Tytell, John. Umawatari, Nobuaki.
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That's Mussolini! Benito Mussolini! Another voice thrummed from the pit. I know your accent. Do you understand? I approved the firebombing of Dresden. But it is not the naturalized version of World War II. Instead, it is a version turned on its head, its coordinates completely switched around.
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In this version, Winston Churchill is not the staunch opponent of evil, the hero who saved the world. He is himself guilty of a heinous war crime, the architect behind the firebombing of Dresden. And Niven and Pournelle have put him into the very bottom of hell. It is Benito, Benito Mussolini, who is a second Virgil—not one of the blessed in paradise, to be sure, but still a dependable guide through the nether regions, someone who, in this rewriting of Dante's Inferno , will have a second chance, a chance to vindicate himself and redeem himself for posterity.
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To understand this switch, we need a multigeneric history of the world. This would include not only epic and science fiction but also works still more recent, newly published and genre-bending, such as those of Nicholson Baker. Baker, always a challenge to classification, has recently written another book that is even so: a big book, pages, entitled Human Smoke , on World War II.
What is even more surprising is that, even though the book is about World War II, it actually ends well before the war ends. It ends on December 31, They failed, but they were right.
Instead, it is something like low-tech time travel, a speculative return to a much earlier point, before the outcome had become fully scripted, and imagining it being written some other way. Such time travel gives voice to those who wanted the war not to have happened and casts aspersion on those who made that impossible.
Churchill was foremost among that group. And, to see how this impossibility crystalized into a hard fact, Baker goes back to World War I, to Churchill's policy, as the First Lord of the Admiralty, to run a blockade of Germany. Churchill's philosophy was a philosophy of victory at all costs, a philosophy of total war. It saw the whole of the Germany as one killing field, making no distinction, as he said, between civilian populations and military personnel, between those who were sick and wounded and those who did the actual fighting. This was a winning strategy for him. So it is not surprising that, going into World War II, he would want to have a replay of this, another exercise in this macro rule of engagement.