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29 The truer way to freedom

About: How hidden hurts imprison us

We run and we hide, blindly building inner walls we hope will keep us safe. This is understandable, but it always backfires.

It’s a most intriguing question: What was behind Salman Rushdie’s motivation for writing such an inflammatory story? In this essay, Jill Loree shares some insights—not about The Satanic Verses, but about the author—gained from reading his memoir, Joseph Anton. What made him do it? Believe it or not, perhaps without realizing it, he tells us.

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