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If you love movies as much as I do, then I'm sure you're familiar with the term "suspension of disbelief."
I first looked this up many years ago and found that the term was conjured up in 1817 by the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. At the time, he was talking about what writers had to achieve if they wanted their readers to enjoy a "tall tale."
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