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What makes a critical judgment true? It's a question that preoccupied <strong>T.S. Eliot</strong>, whose case for the proper function of criticism is brilliant, angry, and unsatisfying

What makes a critical judgment true? It's a question that preoccupied <strong>T.S. Eliot</strong>, whose case for the proper function of criticism is brilliant, angry, and unsatisfyingContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:What makes a critical judgment true? It's a question that preoccupied &lt;strong&gt;T.S. Eliot&lt;/strong&gt;, whose case for the proper function of criticism is brilliant, angry, and unsatisfying Read more [...]
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