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Use "miserablism" in a sentence
"I've often been called the high priest of gothic miserablism, which is slightly unfair. ""
"At least the naivety of those “genre” novels has been put in its place; these pretend to be proper books, with complex approaches to trauma, even as in their use of the strange and the diegetic they seek to infiltrate and undermine the literary order — which is to say the self-sustaining absolutes, the “what is, is” of maieutic miserablism."
"Yes, miserablism is quite the thing in the chancelleries these days."