Covering Humanity Writ Large
In the chronicles of loss, the honest question to ask is: who exactly is the object of the mourning? When Michael T. Kaufman of The New York Times died this month, that riddle arose for some who had known him in his prime when they were in their prime, too; when he roamed African lands in his hallmark wide-brimmed bush-hat that somehow escaped ...
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