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From Martha Mitchell’s Encyclopedia Brunoniana:


Anubis was a four-page newspaper selling for five cents which appeared unnumbered sometime during the academic year 1985-86. Named for the figure in Egyptian mythology who ushered the dead to their judgment, it attempted in its articles “to analyse a situation from a given perspective without trying to limit, deceive or confuse the reader.”

The above entry appears in Encyclopedia Brunoniana by Martha Mitchell, copyright 1993 by the Brown University Library. It is used here by permission of the author and the University and may not be copied or further distributed without permission.

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