The Selman-Troytt Commemoration The Selman-Troytt Commemoration Details of the published version of The Selman-Troytt Papers, which contains extensive additional material about Jeremy Selman-Troytt. Pub. by Old Street Publishing


Critical Reception from Jethro Tull III, The Times and The Belfast Echo

Selman-Troytt's work drew praise and condemnation in equal measure. For some reason, possibly his assertion that 'God' - as opposed to 'god', 'God' or God [no inverted commas. Ed.] - was simply the product of a diseased imagination, he drew particularly poor reviews from ecclesiastical publications.


"... if God had not meant us to keep concealed our nether regions, then he would not have given us clothes. I call upon God to strike this sinner dead ..."

Sunderland Temperance Chronicle
1893


"All men may soil themselves but only a very select few will have the grace and wit to express their experience with the breath-taking charm of Mr Selman-Troytt"

The Times
1892

"Mr Selman-Troytt's account of his first nocturnal emission made me weep."

Jethro Tull III
The Evesham Seed Drill Advertiser
1898

"Mr Selman-Troytt is a papist heretic with no right to life. Our readers cry: 'Burn this spawn of Beelzebub!'"


The Belfast Echo
1895



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