Enough Is Enough. “Sensitivity Editors” Have Raised the Hackles of My Sensitivities
HarperCollins, publishers of Agatha Christie’s marvelous collection mystery stories should be hanged by the neck until dead, alongside every groveling, subservient school board that acquiesces to a parent who judges Michelangelo’s David to be pornography.
Trot them all off to some communist re-education center
Re-education, of course, would suppose that there was some modest amount of education in these parents to begin with and that would be a stretch.
Authors published originally by Harper include Mark Twain, the Brontë sisters, and William Thackeray. Those originally published by Collins include H. G. Wells and the forementioned Agatha Christie. HarperCollins also acquired the publishing rights to J. R. R. Tolkien.
The present HarperCollins management, gutless and cringing behind their desks in deathly fear of losing another sale to Amazon, threw both literary history and freedom of the press under the stinky, smoking bus of cancel culture. The world’s largest publisher, operating sinc…