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The idea that self-awareness is a virtue is challenged in the new novel “Private Citizens,” in which the four main characters take self-awareness to new heights.

'Private Citizens' Takes on the Search for Self-Awareness

The idea that self-awareness is a virtue is challenged in the new novel “Private Citizens,” in which the four main characters take self-awareness to new heights.

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