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We possess the Canon because we are mortal and also rather belated. There is only so much time, and time must have a stop, while t ...
The true use of Shakespeare or of Cervantes, of Homer or of Dante, of Chaucer or of Rabelais, is to augment one's own growing inne ...
There is a Canon which confines
A Rhymed Octosyllabic Curse
If written in Iambic Verse
To fifty lines.
There are no small number of people in this world who, solitary by nature,
always try to go back into their shell like a herm
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The nineteenth-century novelist Thomas Love Peacock once remarked critically that "a poet in our times is a semi-barbarian in a ci ...
Religion must always be a crab fruit: it cannot be grafted and keep its wild beauty.
Nothing can be more depressing than to expose, naked to the light of thought, the hideous growth of argot. Indeed it is like a sor ...
Literature takes shape and life in the body, in the wombs of the mother tongue: always: and the Fathers of Culture get anxious abo ...
Look you, Doubloon, your zodiac here is the life of man in one round chapter.... To begin: there's Aries, or the Ram--lecherous do ...
Through searching out origins, one becomes a crab. The historian looks backwards, and finally he also believes backwards.
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