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« Reply #12: January 04, 2010, 04:09:39 am »

I wanted to avoid comparing it to actual tragedies that would probably be offensive, but since the Malleus Malefecarum involves subjecting victims to torture....

It's history. It happened and we can never change that. We can, however, learn from it. I hated that book. I was given some advice before I read it- that advice was to have a cushion, a box of tissues, some chocolate, and a great deal of patience when you read it. The tissues are for when you cry, the chocolate to make you feel a little better, patience as this happened long ago and can't be changed, and a cushion to either hit, throw or cuddle (probably all three).
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