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  1. May 2019
    1. The furor over Sacco’s tweet had become not just an ideological crusade against her perceived bigotry but also a form of idle entertainment.

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    1. Indeed, many writers have used the Rashomon Effect to tell stories from multiple first-person perspectives — leaving readers to determine whose record is most believable."

      Look up origin of text; click on Rashomon link.

    2. While the term “unreliable narrator” was first coined by literary critic Wayne C. Booth in his 1961 book, The Rhetoric of Fiction, it’s a literary device that writers have been putting to good use for much longer than the past 80 years.

      Look for more information on Booth's work for context.

    1. r. While critics have duly noted the importance of Clamence's possession of the panel of the "Just Judges" stolen from Van Eyck's extraordinary masterpiece in the Cathedral of Bavon, Ghent, the relationship between The Fall and the entire altarpiece has been largely ignore

      Article was published in 1982. Is this still true?