History YMMV / SongsOfInnocenceAndOfExperience

8th Jan '17 8:35:38 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FairForItsDay: "The Little Black Boy" is clearly intended to be anti-racism, but due to ValuesDissonance, appears to have some very UnfortunateImplications, particularly in the final stanza.
* FreudWasRight: "The Sick Rose", especially the print.

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* FairForItsDay: "The Little Black Boy" is clearly intended to be anti-racism, but due to ValuesDissonance, appears to have some very UnfortunateImplications, particularly in the final stanza.
* FreudWasRight: "The Sick Rose", especially the print.
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16th Feb '12 8:31:57 AM LordGro
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* FairForItsDay: "The Little Black Boy" is clearly intended to be anti-racism, but due to ValuesDissonance, appears to have some very UnfortunateImplications, particularly in the final stanza.
* FreudWasRight: "The Sick Rose", especially the print.
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