Russell Berman Quote

The point is not that contemporaneity is insignificant.... It is rather that there is something more important at stake in the temporal character of literature: its relation to history, understood as change and development, rather than as context and frame.


p. 14. - Fiction Sets You Free: Literature, Liberty and Western Culture (2007)

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