Quotation by Northrop Frye

Between religion's "this is" and poetry's "but suppose this is," there must always be some kind of tension, until the possible and the actual meet at infinity.
Northrop Frye (b. 1912), Canadian literary critic. "Anagogic Phase: Symbol as Monad," second essay, Anatomy of Criticism (1957).
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