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These statements exist in the form they do, move us as they do, because they are
made poetically. The poem is an entity, a thing in itself, an end in itself. The
pleasure we get... it comes from the fact that IFESISTf it were something else our
exist. independently. of. their. author. Had. she. allowed. them. to. exist.
independently of her all the time she would truly have been a great novelist.
There is Lady Clonbrony, for instance, ...
... and the establishment of democratic values may be mutually exclusive, for
each may exist only at the expense of the other. This clash between rival goods is
dramatized in the fate of Hyacinth Robinson, and the peculiar poignancy of his
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The Eighteenth Century
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