Page 101. " the ridiculous Enemy story that he was forcibly thrown out of Heaven "
Page 101. " His throne depends on the secret "
Page 105. " you’ve tried persuading him that chastity is unhealthy "
Page 106. " the small circle of popular artists, dressmakers, actresses and advertisers "
Page 112. " committed to a total service of the Enemy "
Page 118. " at his right hand are ‘pleasures for evermore’ "
Page 119. " the regions where there is only life and therefore all that is not music is silence "
Page 120. " a distorted account of it appears in the poet Milton "
Page 120. " A more modern writer–someone with a name like Pshaw "
Page 123. " a Pharisee, an inquisitor "
Page 124. " on Marxian, catastrophic, and revolutionary lines "
Page 124. " new Napoleons, new Shakespeares, and new Swifts "
Page 125. " We make the Sophists "
Page 125. " He raises up a Socrates to answer them "