Wherever there is anger and agony, there is <em>Guernica</em>. What is it about <strong>Picasso's mural </strong>that answers our need for an epitome of death &ndash; and for life in the face of it?

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Wherever there is anger and agony, there is Guernica. What is it about Picasso's mural that answers our need for an epitome of death – and for life in the face of it?

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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