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The family produced dissenters and nonconformists who were willing to defy authority, although not to the point of becoming zealots.
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Timothy C. Ferriss
4537 Followers
7 Books with Public Notes
The ship passed over Nuremberg, where fringe politician Adolf Hitler, whose Nazi Party had been trounced in the 1928 elections, had just delivered a speech touting selective infanticide. Then it flew east of Frankfurt, where a Jewish woman named Edith Frank was caring for her newborn, a girl named Anne.
Note: A brilliant idea, a yoking of tragic images, a dark foreshadowing.
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Douglas Preston
152 Followers
1 Book with Public Notes
Writing (and reading) is a sort of exercise in empathy, I think. In life, when you encounter people, you and they have separate trajectories, each person pushing in a different direction. What.s remarkable about fiction is that it places you in the uncommon position of having no trajectory. You stand aside, motives abandoned for the duration. The characters have the trajectories now, while you just observe. And this stirs compassion that, in real life, is so often obscured by our own motives.
Note: Unexpected bonus to The Imperfectionists is Malcolm Gladwell's convo with author Tom Rachman at end.
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Len Edgerly
355 Followers
107 Books with Public Notes


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