The Big Hurt: Hate & Anger


Close-up shot of a red steel wall Yuko Yamada / EyeEm / Getty Images/EyeEm
Close-up shot of a red steel wall Yuko Yamada / EyeEm / Getty Images/EyeEm

‘Anger in its time and place,’ wrote the essayist Charles Lamb, ‘May assume a kind of grace.’ We look at how anger can be clarifying, even helpful, and we find out how it can morph into its more dangerous and corrupting form, hate.

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