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Krista Tippett, host: Claudia Rankine says that each dialog about race doesn’t must be about racism. She’s revelatory for me, as a white American, about ache factors which might be woven into the material of

10 Widely Misunderstood Pieces of Writing

Literary critics have invented a number of phrases and ideas to separate artists from their artwork. By far the perfect recognized is “death of the author,” which comes from a 1967 essay by Roland Barthes.