How many really great writers are there who are totally non-political? You can hear the French Revolution in the poetry of... - Adam Hochschild Quotes
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Quote:How many really great writers are there who are totally non-political? You can hear the French Revolution in the poetry of [Percy Bysshe] Shelly and [John] Wordsworth; you can sense the vast inequalities of Tsarist Russia in [Anton] Chekhov and [Lev] Tolstoy. - Adam Hochschild Quotes
  


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