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10 Famous Authors Who Are Also Actually Decent Human Beings

Authors, and artists in general, are notoriously difficult to deal with. The list of writers who created masterworks that illuminated truths about the human condition – all while behaving badly toward others in their actual lives -- is a long o...

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