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THERE’S AN oft-repeated story about Terry Waite, the British humanitarian who was held in captivity by an Islamic Jihadist group in Beirut for nearly five years during the late 1980s. According to his 1997 memoir, Footfalls in Memory, Waite, desperate for books to read, drew a picture of a penguin and gave it to a guard. The guard returned with a Penguin Books paperback of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov.

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