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James Carroll

Hunger affects us all

By James Carroll
April 28, 2008

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OF ALL the marks of difference that separate humans, none is so drastic as hunger. Not only does the physical sensation of being famished set a person off from those who are sated, but the well-fed are hard put even to imagine the desperation that goes with an empty stomach. Among the relatively well-off, hunger is like a vague rumor, ... (Full article: 707 words)

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