One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But John Safran is funnier and Jewish yet enjoys nowhere near the same hemisphere of famousness.’
- ‘I'm talking former Cabinet ministers or old British television personality level of famousness.’
- ‘They may be right to feel hunted by the press, but feeling hunted by the press is an aspect of self-hunting too: their famousness is an occasion for grief, and their grief is a constituent part of their fame.’
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