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verse morals were beside the point; between the forces of nature, including
therein the forces of his own nature, and man's aspirations there could be no
reconciliation; they were eternally opposed, and from the human view the
workings of ...
... and when four pages on Jude quotes Aeschylus: "Things are as they are, and
will be brought to their destined issue," we feel that, in this instance, the issue is
being brought about not because it is in the nature of things but because Hardy ...
He is saying, in effect, much what Wyndham Lewis has said in The Writer and the
Absolute: . . . there is in all those arts which parallel nature something like a law
obliging the artist to a fanatical scrupulosity, as it were a physical incapacity to ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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