We live in a world in which “delete” is far too easy. This fact compels us to be deliberate in what we save. What survives may not be important, but it is who we are. Memory fades, events unwind, the inevitable stamp of new generations covers over what we have built. Duff Cooper, the British statesman, entitled his memoir ...
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