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Interview: Benjamin Anastas, Author of Too Good to Be True

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“There is a strange and abiding prestige, a strange and abiding cultural juice that comes from being a writer. Having seen the reality of it, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me.”

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Liberation Aesthetics: Sinning and Surviving in Meirelles’ City of God

City of God

As one of its major themes, City of God painfully illustrates poverty’s numerous privations: the few choices, the slim chances, the narrow and vicious minds.

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