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Life, Death, Intimacy and Privilege: Four Works of COVID Fiction

Deborah Lupton, University of NSW, Sydney. Pandemics force us to face our mortality, prompting profound questions about life’s meaning. It is not surprising, therefore, that since the days of medieval plague outbreaks, infectious diseases have attracted the imagination of novelists…. Continue Reading →

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