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‘The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows’ Puts Language to the Many Shades of Human Sadness

In an obscure Tumblr blog in an obscure corner of the internet, there sits as strange and sad a dictionary as any I've ever heard of. John Koenig's "Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows" is dedicated to invented words that capture the thousand fleeting gradients of emotion that most of us do not have language to express, ...

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