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Opinion: A Ukrainian author shares her raw and darkly comical war diary

In Mariupol, a woman drags her dead husband’s body into the bullet-ravaged husk of their car. In Kyiv, the statues of ancient philosophers peer out from behind protective scaffolding. Elsewhere, parents write names and phone numbers on their children’s backs, in case of the unthinkable.

In Mariupol, a woman drags her dead husband’s body into the bullet-ravaged husk of their car. In Kyiv, the statues of ancient philosophers peer out from behind protective scaffolding. Elsewhere, parents write names and phone numbers on their children’s backs, in case of the unthinkable.

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