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Unburied: Tamerlan Tsarnaev And The Lessons Of Greek Tragedy
"'Bury this terrorist on U.S. soil and we will unbury him.' So ran the bitter slogan on one of the signs borne last week by enraged protesters" at the funeral home keeping the body of the Boston Marathon bomber - "a cadaver seemingly so morally polluted that his own widow would not claim it, that no funeral director would touch it, that no cemetery would bury it." Sophocles, of course, wrote about a similar situation. The New Yorker 05/14/13
Posted May 15, 2013 12:51 AM




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