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|Title:||The death of the Obituary|
|Citation:||Jayaram, Rahul. (September 23, 2018). The death of the Obituary. Deccan Herald.|
|Description:||Marc Antony’s speech “Friends, Romans, countrymen, I come to bury Caesar not to praise him” in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar is a good reminder of the purpose of the obituary writer: to elicit all the shades of the character of the deceased, and that even an emperor like Caesar is human and flawed. Avoid the encomium, Antony seems to say, and allow for nuance. The point needs to be amplified in India.|
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