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Old 06-09-2009   #11
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Re: Interesting find in England

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I think the Bloch Sobek story may have been called "The Opener of the Way". But I can't swear to it.

As for "interesting", I think an old bottle of piss can be called many things. Lager, for instance. Interesting is not the word that springs to mind.
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Re: Interesting find in England

There are several points, here, I'd like to answer, but it's almost 1 am in England and I should be in bed. So, for now, I'll answer only one little point. The Bloch Sebek story is The Secret of Sebek. It was published in the 1945 Arkham House Collection The Opener of the Way (reprinted by Neville Spearman in 1974 -- and in Fedogan and Bremner's The Early Fears in 1994).

Having posted that, good night, all!

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