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James Wood on life and death as narrative

by David L. Ulin
In the New Yorker this week, James Wood has a fascinating essay on the narrative implications of death. Inspired by the experience of attending a memorial service for a friend’s younger brother, who died at 44 “suddenly, in the middle of things, leaving behind a wife and two young daughters,” it is ...

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