“There aren’t new things in history. That’s why it’s called history.”
A well-told short story about life on a generation space ship which has lost all its records of Earth. Nice story, but never made a point. Perhaps that’s why the younger generation couldn’t see the point.
“Maybe we failed these children already if they thought the past was irrelevant.”
(2018 Hugo short story finalist. Illustration is cover of magazine in which story appeared; has nothing to do with story.)