<strong>Fiction in a time of climate change</strong>. John Updike defined the novel as an &ldquo;individual moral adventure.&rdquo; Not so for Amitav Ghosh, who thinks a collective aesthetic is needed now

Fiction in a time of climate change. John Updike defined the novel as an &amp;ldquo;individual moral adventure.&amp;rdquo; Not so for Amitav Ghosh, who thinks a collective aesthetic is needed
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Fiction in a time of climate change. John Updike defined the novel as an “individual moral adventure.” Not so for Amitav Ghosh, who thinks a collective aesthetic is needed now

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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