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On Walls and Compassion

“You know I would like to talk with you and lessen your fears. Regardless of our differences, we are related.” New short fiction from Dutch novelist Claire Polders over at Electric Literature. Related: some wonderfully weird Trump metafiction. The post On Walls and Compassion appeared first on The Millions.
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