Part of the Great Weirding essay collection
Part of my Great Weirding essay series.
In the first part of this essay, we drew upon an extended analogy to the 1920s to argue that the 2020s are going to be a similar refractory period of narrative exhaustion, dominated by a subterranean reckoning with demons old and new. I argued that the collective narrative imagination of Victorian and Edwardian tim…
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