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For questions regarding the influence of historical events or notions on a literary work.

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Here's a quote from Tomas de Quincey's "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater": Turkish opium-eaters, it seems, are absurd enough to sit, like so many equestrian statues, on logs of wood as stupid …
asked May 8 '18 by P. Vowk