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...how rarely do our emotions meet the object they seem to deserve? How hopelessly we signal; how dark the sky,; how big the waves. We are all lost at sea, washed between hope and despair, hailing something that may never come to rescue us. Catastrophe has become art; but this is no reducing process. It is freeing, enlarging, explaining. Catastrophe has become art: that is, after all, what it is for.
— Julian Barnes; A History of The World in 10 1/2 Chapters

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