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More than thirty years after it was written, José Saramago’s The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis feels eerily relevant for our troubled times. A postmodern, dreamlike chronicle of existential revolt, this is not a soothing novel by any stretch of the imagination, but it may be just the bitter medicine we need in 2017.
In order to learn how such change making might be possible, we must read more and read more kinds of texts, and we should certainly be prioritizing all kinds of fiction.