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(...)all we see from the past is the general historical interest of the period; what we don't see are all the personal human concerns of people at that time. Yet in real life personal concerns of immediate relevance are so much more important than the general public interest that they prevent the public interest from ever being sensed, or even noticed.(...)

Tolstoy, War and Peace, volume IV, part I, chapter 4

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