Winds of Dune

Quotes from Frank Herbert's Dune Chronicles on the nature of the Butlerian Jihad—a work-in-progress as I re-read the series.

"Once men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them. ... The Great Revolt took away a crutch. It forced human minds to develop."

Dune pg. 11

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Frank Herbert's Dune Chronicles are published solely by Ace Books.  Please note that the self-proclaimed series of "Dune Novels" published by Tor Books is not authorized or endorsed by Frank Herbert—the books of that series contradict and conflict with the events, situations, and characters of Mr. Herbert's Dune Chronicles as published by Ace.

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