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Anchoring and Questioning: Tracing Research and Reflection in Leonard Winograd’s “The Physics of Sorrow”

Anchoring and Questioning: Tracing Research and Reflection in Leonard Winograd’s “The Physics of Sorrow”

Leonard Winograd’s essay “The Physics of Sorrow,” found in River Teeth 21.1, provides a perfect example of the proper roles of research and reflective questioning. Of research as a tool for structural framework and an attempt to make sense of the inexplicable mysteries of life. Of questions not as a cheap deflection tactic, but an avenue for reflection and an invitation for readers to invest in the narrative. Of bridging that ever-looming gap we face as writers: write to make sense of yourself, but write in a way that others can make sense of you, too…

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