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about man's troubled fate is their centralnconcern. The vitality, or degree, ofnan author's moralism is reflected innthe strength of the solutions he proposesnfor life's seemingly hopeless struggles.nThus Hannah seems the least ''moralistic"nof the three authors in that henproposes no solutions---in fact, he denlights in . . .

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