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COVID: Etymologies of the Word that Changed the World

COVID: Etymologies of the Word that Changed the World

Dec 7, 2020-- What is in a word? Writer Becca Rose Hall creatively explores that question using the word that indelibly entered the collective consciousness of humanity this year: COVID. Breaking the word down in different ways she searches for meaning in its roots, and uncovers different facets of a changed world. (3355 reads)


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