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Presentation of Lord of Reason

It is at this moment, February 10, 1778, that professor Roy Luna begins his novel Lord of Reason, describing the resounding day of glory when the people of Paris welcome back their philosopher-hero, thronging around him and declaring him the defender of the downtrodden, the advocate of the suppressed, the annihilator of tyranny. But Voltaire happens to fall into a household where brilliant—and strange—things were happening.

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