Artistic Licence: Don’t turn into a troll
What do Jonathan Franzen and Rosanna Davison have in common?
On the surface, not much. One is a noted man of letters, the world-renowned US author of The Corrections. The other is a model-turned-nutritionist who’s best known for posing in bikinis, winning Miss World and being the daughter of Chris de Burgh. But in recent weeks, both have been scorned and shamed by an internet riled up about some less-than-wise comments made by the pair of them.
In Franzen’s case, the author has...
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