In times of historical turmoil, we gravitate to <strong>dead writers</strong>. The stories they tell &mdash; or we tell ourselves &mdash; tend to be comforting. But that doesn't mean they're convincing

In times of historical turmoil, we gravitate to dead writers. The stories they tell &amp;mdash; or we tell ourselves &amp;mdash; tend to be comforting. But that doesn&#39;t mean they&#39;re
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In times of historical turmoil, we gravitate to dead writers. The stories they tell — or we tell ourselves — tend to be comforting. But that doesn't mean they're convincing

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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