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Unformatted text preview: Ulysees on the ground that the great artwork shouldnt be woring, Woolf was, I think, objecting to the schoolboy scrum of codes and jokes and back-handers, at once self-advertising and self-obscuring (82). Woolf is difficult. Eliot is difficult. A poets method, because it works towards exactness, is exacting on the reader (82)....
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- Spring '11