Monthly Archives: March 2015

Samet points out that Grant’s earliest letters and wartime

F grade grubbing," he writes, among many other items he wishes to obliterate. And even as he lashes out at identity politics as a "beguiling compound of insight, partial truths, circular reasoning, and dogmatism," he recognizes its power in rejecting "life's quotidian brutalities" ones to which he had perhaps grown accustomed.

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