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The World According to Junot

“There’s a deep tendency in our society to view mainstream status quo literature as having no politics, which is completely untrue. It has a very strong political value; it just happens to be conservative.” Junot Díaz drops some knowledge in an interview with Vox. Pair with his Millions Interview from a few years back. The post The World According to Junot appeared first on The Millions.
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