Letter From Italy

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Umberto Eco took Ileraclitus at his wordrnand perhaps "moved" some pages fromrnL. Pawel and J. Bergier's Le matin desrnMagiciens (1960) to his Foucault's Pendulumrn(1989), appropriating them (PartrnII. Chapter VII) in not too discreet arnmanner.rnThese arc not merely insinuations.rnOriginality moves to the second floorrnwhen the intent . . .

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