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A theater critic has been keeping chickens in his Hollywood apartment. That has caused conflict with his neighbors, and gave him fodder for a new novel.

How warring with neighbors over chickens is a metaphor for the country

A theater critic has been keeping chickens in his Hollywood apartment. That has caused conflict with his neighbors, and gave him fodder for a new novel.

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