The Stars of the Earth comments on the public reckonings faced by numerous, heretofore “untouchable” luminaries of our time. It begins with an exploration of the godlike status bestowed upon them by the commonality; shudders with the realization that no one is without their faults; and resolves with the understanding that life must continue regardless of past imperfection, as the stars now dwell upon the Earth.

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