Brevity

Engaging narratives in the early twenty first century are visual. One picks up in early paragraph colours, spaces, movement of objects and people. It is unpoetic but fast paced as a thriller, consider Simon Schama or the other popular historians. The style opens up history as comic, as cartoon, as black and white flash animation. And an impossible history, history of evil, turns out to be not half bad…

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