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9/11 and Apartheid

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Initial post: Apr 5, 2010, 6:42:16 AM PDT
I find that when I look for fiction to read, I am consciously defining the novels as pre or post 9/11, or pre or post Apartheid. Literature that chronicles the 80's, and 90's is hard to read or hold my interest.

Are others having the same experience?
It explains a trend for books like Wolf Hall and Brooklyn that stay historically clear?
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