AGING STEREOTYPES

β€œIn most novels it is taken for granted that people over fifty are as set in their ways as elderly apple trees, and as permanently shaped and scarred by the years they have weathered. The literary convention is that nothing major can happen to them except through subtraction.” ― Alison Lurie, Foreign Affairs

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