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After World War I, a poet named T.S Eliot wrote about the framentation of life, the faltering of motivation, the failure of the Grand Design to allow forth anything approximating courage or balance: In his poem “The Hollow Men” the ending is a reflection on that theme: the faltering of motivation when the Grand Desisgn […]
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