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Why Are There So Few Wealthy People In Literature?

Posted at 6:48AM Friday 07 Mar 2014

Money (along with class and romantic love) has been a mainspring of storytelling since Robinson Crusoe — homo economicus in a banana-skin hat. King Lear is about money — at least ostensibly, at least in the beginning. Jane Austen's plots are all about money.

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