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Linda Simon

  • Ignorant of history, we find it easy to accept our isolation from one another. We are more able to recognize differences than shared experiences and perspectives. History proclaims our common humanity.

    • Linda Simon,
    • "What Shall We Tell the Children?" in Boston Review ()
  • ... biography cannot be separated from autobiography: that is, the life written about is inextricably entangled with the life of the biographer.

    • Linda Simon,
    • in Jack Heffron, ed., The Best Writing on Writing, vol. 2 ()

Linda Simon, U.S. writer