gillpolack (gillpolack) wrote,
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I so want to argue that Fernand Braudel should have been writing time travel novels to solve his dilemma of the small life, the institutional history and the longue duree. It's a natural mechanism for bringing these aspects of history together.

Now I shall spend my day wondering what a science fiction novel would be like, if written by Fernand Braudel. Baxterian, I suspect.
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