Hope, laughter and loss in this wretched time of coronavirus

Hope, laughter and loss in this wretched time of coronavirus Matthew Cobb on finding hope in insect metamorphosis, Sue Smith on how Grace Dent and other female Guardian writers are offering solace and Linda Seymour on the sadness of lockdown. Plus Catherine Howard has an important question on marmaladeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIn her uplifting long read (‘The impossible has already happened’: what coronavirus can teach us about hope, 7 April), Rebecca Solnit offers as a sign of hope the claim that caterpillars, when they pupate, effectively dissolve before turning into butterflies. Sadly, the claim is untrue. In caterpillars, partially formed adult structures – wings, antennae, legs… Source – Full Article https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/09/hope-laughter-and-loss-in-this-wretched-time-of-coronavirus