Riley on May Literary Anniversaries

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In this episode of Riley’s Reading Ramblings, Riley shares some fun facts about Literary Anniversaries in the month of May, and how we might celebrate them!

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Literary Anniversaries in May and what Brussel Sprouts has to do with it…

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  • Syl Sabastian , May 4, 2018 @ 8:22 am

    Ignatius was an avowed spiritualist. Somewhat at odds with the logical sensibilities of Holmes with which we tend to associate him.
    “He travelled to Australia and New Zealand on spiritualist missionary work in 1920.”
    He remained a steadfast spiritualist until his death, refusing to change his beliefs despite numerous frauds being exposed. He was unable to apply Holmesian discernment and penetration to these frauds. A peculiarity. He had many public and high profile disputes in this regard, including with Houdini, who he believed had supernatural powers, despite Houdini’s insistence to the contrary. Houdini even performed an illusion for Ignatius at his home, but he refused to believe it was an illusion despite assurances by Houdini that it was so.

    We tend to associate authors with their works, when sometimes they are nothing like them in the least.

    🙂 😛

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