n.— «The types of stories that can be told about the French Revolution are limited to the number of modes of emplotment which the myths of the Western literary tradition sanction as appropriate ways of endowing human processes with meanings. » —“Interpretation in History” by Hayden White New Literary History Winter, 1973. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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