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How Drawing Became Ida Applebroog’s Means to Communicate with the Outside World

Bouts of internal madness and discomfort have no one specific cure. But drawing did create an outlet and conversational platform for the otherwise silent Applebroog. The post How Drawing Became Ida Applebroog’s Means to Communicate with the Outside World appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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