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    A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller Jr.

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    I don't know what to make of Miller's notion that religious inspiration can create a culture-saving alternative community. Unless I bring to mind the people of the jewish faith since this book seems heavily related in this manner. Are we, (americans) to used to oversimplification? Is there something ironic about our civilization?

    A road map would do well, Am I missing something?

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    Hi there! Thanks for the opportunity to help you; I hope this does so.

    Well, I should be upfront and say I am not too terribly intimate with the novel itself, but it is familiar to me enough that I think these words could help start you off. When you mentioned the Jewish faith, if you were particularly thinking about the Orthodox community, that would have some parallels to the concept. That ...

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