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When discussing the usualness of diabetes, the farmworkers shared that a large number of family members and friends had been diagnosed with this chronic disease.
In 1974, in an essay reproduced in the ICP catalogue, Davenport wrote, "I remember thinking that here was a photographer who might illustrate the ghost stories of Henry, James, a photographer who got many of his best effects by introducing exactly the right touch of the unusual into an authentically banal American usualness.
Yes, it is a history of English drama and yes, it is in that mode of history known as 'cultural' which has been fashionable in literary study in the past few decades, but that is where its usualness ends.