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  • 6 May 2020
    Gill Plain

    Not the Second World War

    Writing in The Guardian, Marina Hyde eloquently illustrated why the last thing we need just now is Second World War metaphors. ‘Plague is a standalone horseman of the apocalypse’ she observed, ‘he doesn’t need to catch a ride with war’. Looking back at the war isn’t going to tell us how to ‘defeat’ an invisible […]

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