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Jess Row, "What Are White Writers For?", The New Republic 9/30/2016: It was around this time that I first realized something nonwhite writers learn almost by default: for a fiction writer to deny that fiction is in some way political—in the sense of existing in an inherently politicized world—is not only an act of bad […]
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