Monthly Archives: July 2011

Flaxius & Asmodeus, by Charles G. Leland (1902)

From Flaxius: Leaves from the Life of an Immortal, a collection of Leland’s contemporary (for 1902) fables:

Out of mere mischief and mockery grew evil, even as Loki from playing boyish tricks became the devil. To do evil is one thing, to study and understand it is another, but in all ages men have confused the two.

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