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Delia Falconer

“In Marguerite Yourcenar’s Memoirs of Hadrian, the Emperor says that he believes it’s possible, through art, to “participate in the existence of everyone; such sympathy would be one of the least revocable kinds of immortality.” I feel this way about books. Why settle for just one life when you can inhabit so many other kinds of existence through reading? “

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