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THE ARKHAM CRIER: AROUND TOWN with Harvest Wheatly

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  • THE ARKHAM CRIER: AROUND TOWN with Harvest Wheatly

    [ooc date: 29 April 2018]

    SECRET SOIREE FOR PRODIGAL PROF!

    by Harvest Wheatly, Arkham Crier Journalist

    Word has only now reached the ears of the otherwise well-informed town of Arkham that a private reception was held two weeks ago at the President's House on the campus of Miskatonic University.

    The School of History and Social Sciences arranged what appears to have been the rather muted festivities to honor one of their own, Professor Arafel Kathryns, the sole recipient of a degree in Medieval Metaphysics from Miskatonic University. Professor Kathryns, as it turns out, has been on a very lengthy sabbatical, traveling around the world for what the university spokesman termed "esoteric research". Though the press release handed out later by Ruth Ellen Whitby, University Registrar, indicated only that the research had to do with "university policies".

    For whatever reason Professor Kathryns went globe-trotting, the Crier welcomes her return to her MU offices and wishes her a pleasant tenure at our fine university.


    ["Amazing. There's nothing weird about this article at all!" --Charlotte Larabie, Editor in Chief]

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    I've just finished my research paper on Esotericism and Narrative: The Gothic of Charles Williams. I study European esoteric history and need to clarify the points of the esotericism in my college pimion project. One of the recommended literary reviews is written by Dr. Hereward Tilton. So I thought about Mysticism in the Gothic Tradition and the will to mystery in the works by Charles Williams.

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