From Plastic Tub

Renascence n. 1. Often taken as a printer's error or a simple authorial misspelling of Renaissance, the period known as The Renascence is defined more by a surging vitality in the conservative forces of The Catholic Church, i.e. The Counter Reformation. 2. A new beginning; born again; sprung anew.


"In his latter years, Job cursed his renascence brought on by faith and wished to fall back into the curses of the Lord, looking back fondly on his life as a single man, [when he was] free from the hassles of property, the burdens of money, the yoke of family, the shackles of righteousness..." -- Gretta Geppetto. "Toom, I Was, in the Days Before the Whale, or Why I Chopped off My Penis." Brazilian Press. 1963.