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The writing in Erica Jong’s 1973 novel of feminism and sex, Fear of Flying, has not improved with the passage of time. But what once seemed stilted and stale, argues Liel Leibovitz in this week’s installment of “The Arbiter,” seems today—in a society afraid of sex and all the interaction, risk, and humanity it entails—fresh and vital.

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