Have you ever read a book and thrown it down in disgust when the final pages disappointed? A Washington Post writer mulls this question over in the article below.
I found some I’d read, and I don’t know if I agree. For instance, I couldn’t imagine Romeo and Juliet without their deaths, although these days of compulsory happy endings, it would have been different.
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