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Famous Painter Haunted by 'God Questions'

The lonely artist had made up his mind. Today was the day he would end it all for good. He climbed the tropically wooded hill behind his Tahitian hut, more alone than he had ever been. The famous painter and atheist Paul Gauguin had failed to achieve meaningful success as a painter in his lifetime. He'd abandoned his wife and children, alienated his friends, and headed to ...

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