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Meryl darling, check your privilege

10 January 2017

3:22 PM

10 January 2017

3:22 PM

74th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Press RoomWhat is there to say about Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes that hasn’t been said already? Probably nothing, but bear with me anyway.

One of the old definitions of irony is a literary technique first used by ancient Greek dramatists, by which the full significance of a character’s words is clear to the audience but remains unknown to the character.

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