The Maine Campus
The streetlight spilled a soft puddle on the dank ground as three dark figures emerged from the foggy darkness to form silhouettes in the glare. All wore robes, carried valises and stood stooped and bent as if shouldering a great burden. They were dressed in black and their collective presence seemed ominously portentous.
Ferguson, Bill, "Ye who exorcise, beware, demons are a dime a dozen" (1974). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 503.
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