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Lighthouse

The Paradox of Hope

After it kills you, it can save you.

In 1919, a man named Max Perkins received a letter from an author who hadn’t yet broken into the industry.

He glanced at the name: Scott Fitzgerald.

This was the third time Fitzgerald has placed his future career in the hands of Perkins. On previous attempts, Perkins and Fitzgerald were unanimously shut down by the…

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