The Cottingley Fairies, and Fatima

Home Correspondence The Cottingley Fairies, and Fatima

Arthur Conan Doyle once wrote that the idea of an acceptable form of public entertainment underwent a rude shock in the years around World War I.  By then in his mid-50’s, he had abandoned any pretense of sympathy for modern culture.  In particular, Conan Doyle shrank from . . .

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