José Martínez Salmerón
Would you agree that one of the purposes of art is to enable us to relate to the world from a position of coherence? This relating to and making sense of all that surrounds us is enhanced when art either reflects abstracted atemporal notions on the one end, or when its constitutive elements are derived from the very aspects of our time. Literature, as an example, is an art form heavily dependent on narrativethat eminently practical, natural engine of history. On one side of that spectrum we have the Gospels; on the other, we find the work of writers…
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