"A story is like a human face," says <strong>Svetlana Alexievich</strong>. "We have as many stories as human faces. You might have similar facial features, but they're all a little different"

&quot;A story is like a human face,&quot; says Svetlana Alexievich. &quot;We have as many stories as human faces. You might have similar facial features, but they&#39;re all a little
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"A story is like a human face," says Svetlana Alexievich. "We have as many stories as human faces. You might have similar facial features, but they're all a little different"

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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