The Novel and Equity

A novel is preternaturally neutral. It has no feelings though it is full of emotions; it does not judge the person who decides to open its pages. The reader’s status in society, gender, heritage, handicap, age, IQ, attitude, aptitude, height, weight, and health, do not affect the pages one iota. One reader develops a response from perusing the pages quite different from another reader’s stance, but no matter how many people read the text, it remains unchanged, accessible in its virgin form, to all. While the Academy, the Globes, the Oscars, the Romance Writers of America, and other groups implode because they don’t nurture diversity, books deliver anything to everyone. This notion of a book’

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