Saturday, March 21, 2015

Extraordinary Discourse 217


Outspoken




Pasternak is, indeed, the heroic prototype of the literary genius, incapable of conformity, fearless, identifying himself with humanity and not with a country, a political party, or a doctrine. Genius always possesses this indefinite concreteness, this passionate particularity, this piecemeal integrity.
Herbert Read




David Wilcox, Bad Apple








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