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Childhood's End
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  • But have yoU ever stopped to consider-if you will excuse a slightly flattering analogy-what a man from your Stone Age would have felt, if he suddenly found himself in a modern city?
  • I am afraid that almost all I have to say now must be by means of such analogies.
  • In others, perhaps a better analogy can be found in the history of your colonial powers.
  • But there is one analogy which is-well, suggestive and helpful.
  • And yet-the analogy was false.

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  • Her analogy is flawed.
  • Analogy is even slipperier than logic.
    Robert Heinlein  --  Stranger in a Strange Land

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