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“RNK was founded early in the 20th century as "Anarch" football club and wore the anarchist colours of all black as an indicator of strongly held principles.”
“Joe Orton was the Great Anarch of postwar farce, and had he not been bludgeoned to death in 1967 at the cruelly early age of 34, he would now be universally acknowledged as a major playwright.”
“I could tell right away it was the Anarch himself.”
“Well I grabbed the Anarch by his chains and threw him to the floor”
“In response to The Anarch at Twilight (June 24, 1993)”
“In his review, or rather in his calumnious ramblings under the guise of a review [ "The Anarch at Twilight," NYR, June 24], lan Buruma not only demonstrates that he does not understand Ernst Jünger and does not wish to, but also betrays an appallingly feeble command of pertinent literary, political, and military history.”
“These two social rebels, both in the green-apple stage (their combined age was thirty-five), were presently married; not that either of them believed in marriage, but because they were compelled by "Anarch Custom.”
“Wishing for an example, we merely opened the first volume of Tristram Shandy at a venture, and 'thus the Anarch old With faltering speech and visage incomposed Answered':”
“Anarch and courtier, atheist and decorator of churches, his "whole art seems like a bullfight," says Richard Muther.”
“Add to all this, that I myself have been and am one of the stupidest of living men; in one of my vacant, interlunar conditions, unfit for deciding on anything: were I to give you my actual view of this case, it were a view such as Satan had from the pavilion of the Anarch old.”
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