The Empathy Exams

02 March, 2017

“Metaphors are tiny saviours leading the way out of sentimentality, small disciples of Pound, urging “Say it new! Say it new!” It’s hard for emotion to feel flat if its language is suitably novel, to feel excessive if its rendering is suitably opaque.”

― Leslie Jamison, The Empathy Exams: Essays

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