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How Art Deals With Death
Once again, Malraux's oracular pronouncements come to mind, as does his unverifiable, though inspiriting, notion that the first caveman who felt compelled to draw a bison on the stone wall of his cave knew that both he and the bison were mortal but that the act of depicting the perishable animal was somehow a way "to negate our nothingness." Chronicle of Higher Education 09/30/13
Posted October 3, 2013 06:19 AM

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