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The point is that they are all rooted in the most palpable kinds of material reality ,
the reality of life shaped by the forces of history , or the reality of work , of
traditional skills and professions . These realities give them reality . And what is ...
Yet because of the unity of tone , the melodramatic incredibilities scarcely matter ;
they are false to observed reality but not false to Charlotte Brontė ' s shaping
dream ; they represent , indeed , the triumph of the dream over reality . And the ...
Its theme is reality and its nature , as is made plain in the first chapter , in which
the hero Rickie , then an undergraduate , is discussing with his friends the
metaphysical problem , Does a cow exist when there is no one there to see it ?
Rickie is ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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