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posted on 19 May 2016

The End Of The End Of The World by Jonathan Franzen

The New Yorker has published an article by Jonathan Franzen subtitled An uncle’s legacy and a journey to Antarctica. The article starts:

Two years ago, a lawyer in Indiana sent me a check for seventy-eight thousand dollars. The money was from my uncle Walt, who had died six months earlier. I hadn’t been expecting any money from Walt, still less counting on it. So I thought I should earmark my inheritance for something special, to honor Walt’s memory.

You can continue reading by clicking on this link to The New Yorker website