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The book would fail, it would be abused by the critics, and she told herself that
she would not mind, or would not mind very much. She devised a plan to guard
herself against the expected wounds of criticism: she would go on with Reading
The disquieting thing about Wyndham Lewis's criticism was not simply that it was
clever, ably written and severe, but that it was in a quite special way belligerent.
This belligerence showed itself-para- doxically-in passages which can only be ...
Criticism was a thing that had to be endured, like headaches and insomnia. She
had a sense at this time that her reputation must decline, nor was it an
unreasonable supposition, apart from the fact that she felt deeply apprehensive
about the ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography