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When We Read Fiction, How Relevant Is the Author’s Biography?

In de New York Times:

Applying the writer’s biography to one’s reading of a novel strikes me as less a matter of cheating or impurity than an additional, incidental pleasure: Ah, I know where that came from.

De link When We Read Fiction, How Relevant Is the Author’s Biography? – NYTimes.com.

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