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Vile Bodies Inspired by Misery

In today’s Boston Globe, columnist Alex Beam has an article bemoaning what he sees as the seemingly inexorable spread of gratuitous happiness. He cites Evelyn Waugh as an example of what it’s opposite can inspire: What’s so great about happiness? … Continue reading

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