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Quandary Resolution 2950
calvary, mezuzah, refection, xenogenic

Mr. Alonzo Dickens, America's wunderkind author, saw himself as the inventor of the 'xenogenic genre of fiction' in which incongruous historical, religious or cultural themes are meshed together in one story, for example as in his novels Cavalry on the Calvary: how American dragoons saved Jesus from crucifixion in extremis and rewrote the history of Christianity and The Pope's Mezuzah: Was John Paul jewish? and his seminal tour de force Lindsay Lohan's Philosophical Refection: Selected Readings from Cicero's De Republica and De Legibus.

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