By: Joshua Glenn
Year fourteen of the Radium Age.
Year twelve of the Radium Age
By: J.D. Beresford
“Ignorance is the means of our intellectual pleasure.”
The Wonder did not fall into the pond by accident.
I saw that the dim white object was globular.
“You figure space as a void in three dimensions.”
I have no acquaintance with higher mathematics.
“I don’t worry my ’ead about him.”
He sat in an enceinte of piled volumes.
“His mind is a magnificent, terrible machine.”
“I am determined that this infidel child shall go to school.”
“So elementary… inchoate… a disjunctive… patchwork”
“Books,” he said.
“What should I learn out of all them books?”
“‘Oo is God?”