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Michael Cunningham
End of Universality
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I think we're seeing the end of universality. The end of a notion
of a small body of great books that are supposed to speak to
everybody. I think we are saying goodbye to that one for the
first time in history.... A book that speaks to a 65-year-old white
guy may actually have nothing to say to a 23-year-old Jamaican
woman. Or vice versa.

(Los Angeles Times, Oct. 27, 2004)

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