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The New Yorker April 6, 2020 | The New Yorker. -. -. -. -. -. -. - The New YorkerThe New Yorker. REPORTING. More Reporting. THE CRITICS. - A Critic at Large. Pandemics And The Shape Of Human History. Outbreaks Have Sparked Riots And Propelled Public-Health Innovations, Prefigured Revolutions And Redrawn Maps. - Books. The History Of Loneliness. Until A Century Or So Ago, Almost No One Lived Alone; Now Many Endure Shutdowns And Lockdowns On Their Own. How Did Modern Life Get So Lonely? - Books. Inside Tove Jansson’S Private Universe. Best Known As The Creator Of The Moomins, Jansson Was A Cartoonist, Writer, And Creator Of All Sorts, Whose Fans Clamored For More Of Her Strange And Enthralling Fictional Worlds. Full story

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