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ON THE KINCHIN LAY:
III.
T
HE MARCH


 

 

 

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On the Kinchin Lay:  III. The March.

   
Type of Media: Newspaper article.  
Name: Pioneer.  
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Date: 20 September 1905.  
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Published At: India.  
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Crowley:

     I wrote accounts of the expedition for the Pioneer of India and the Daily Mail of London, and I republished them later in Vanity Fair. I used these articles to attack the English Alpine Club. Every incident served for the occasion of some gibe, sarcasm, insult or irony. I had no personal motive, of course. I wished to hold up to ridicule and contempt the set of old women who were knocking the sport on the head by intriguing against any climbers who were no simply polite people pulled up peaks by peasants and proud of it at that. The Alpine Club has done its best to ignore Himalayan expeditions, as it did to burke every ascent by guideless climbers in the Alps.

     — The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.  New York, NY.  Hill and Wang, 1969.  Pages 442-443
 
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