<strong>Goya&rsquo;s paintings</strong> exude unreality. But this &mdash; their fictiveness &mdash; is itself an aesthetic triumph, a way of telling the truth

Goya&amp;rsquo;s paintings exude unreality. But this &amp;mdash; their fictiveness &amp;mdash; is itself an aesthetic triumph, a way of telling the
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Goya’s paintings exude unreality. But this — their fictiveness — is itself an aesthetic triumph, a way of telling the truth

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