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Opinion: GOP adopting annihilation strategy

“What is given may be taken away at any time,” writes Irish-born novelist Maggie O’Farrell in her acclaimed novel “Hamnet.” Published amid the wave of Covid-19 lockdowns last year, the book is a historical fiction of another era’s pestilence, depicting the repercussions of the death of William Shakespeare and his wife’s 11-year-old son from bubonic plague in 1596: “The trick is never to let down your guard. Never think you are safe.”

“What is given may be taken away at any time,” writes Irish-born novelist Maggie O’Farrell in her acclaimed novel “Hamnet.” Published amid the wave of Covid-19 lockdowns last year, the book is a historical fiction of another era’s pestilence, depicting the repercussions of the death of William Shakespeare and his wife’s 11-year-old son from bubonic plague in 1596: “The trick is never to let down your guard. Never think you are safe.”

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