“Here, write down these names. George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Sinclair Lewis, Margaret Atwood. Go look and see if you can find their books in the library. In fact, see if you can find them anywhere. And here’s the thing,” he confided,” Woodgold was – at best – an obscure poet. These other writers: they were immortal! So ask yourself why you can’t find their works anymore.”
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