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|Quotes. about. Critics. and. Criticism. from. QuotationsBook.com. There's a fine |
line between participation and mockery. - Adams, Scott Their is no defense
against criticism except obscurity. - Addison, Joseph Culture is only true when
|I Perhaps no novel has done more to create a cultural image of Thomas Hardy |
than Jude the Obscure (1895). ... More than any other Hardy novel it has a story
completely independent of the one contained in its pages: the pillorying of “Hardy
the ... Hardy's 1912 “Postscript”to Judeis a defense against critics he says have
ignored the book's “real” story of “shattered illusions” and instead focused on the
|(These ideas are further developed by Elizabeth Drew, no. 1231.) 991. Fowlie, |
Wallace. ... Meanjin 4 (Spring) : 202-3. A defense of Eliot against the charge of
obscurity; he has deliberately written for a small audience who can understand
|In a long and laborious defence, we think he forgets one very obvious excuse for |
the obscurity of the Bard, which is, 'hat the language of prophecy, ... of his
poetical prophet in the same obscurity, lie succeeds better in defending its
originality, and the probability of its fiction, against the attacks of Dr Johnson. We
take our leave now of these rhetorical criticisms ; without much admiration of the
|In a Jong and laborious defence, we think he forgets one very obvious excuse for |
the obscurity of the Bard, which is, that the language, ... in the same obscurity, lie
succeeds better in defending its originality, and the probability of its fiction,
against the attacks of Dr Johnson. We take our leave now of these rhetorical
criticisms ; without much admiration of the author, and certainly without any
disposition to ...
|No wonder that Steven Lukes states, "The use of the world 'rational' and its |
cognates has caused untold confusion and obscurity, especially in the writings of
sociological theorists."1 To blame Max Weber for that, as he does, is more ...
|The Mind of a Critic David Bromwich. versity: it caused a stir in theatrical circles, |
for a week or two, and stimulated Hunt to write a gallant defense of the lady.
Hazlitt later withdrew his allegation against her, and no trace of the aberrant
passage appears in the Characters of ... of Iago differs from Coleridge's, Hazlitt
would have agreed that the obscurity of motives for which Iago is remarkable
from beginning ...
|On the one hand, critics from both the military and scientific establishments |
quickly characterized his proposal as either an ... of the greatest possible
consequence to all of us, issues of secrecy and national security may obscure it
from full public participation. ... But what if free people could live secure in the
knowledge that their security did not rest upon the threat of instant U.S. ...
Weinberger: Both nations are working to try to get a thoroughly reliable defense
against incoming missiles.
|... (except perhaps for The Well-Beloved, which precedes it in initial composition, |
though not in revision and publication), ... D.H. Lawrence, inevitably, was Sue's
most articulate critic: Her female spirit did not wed with the male spirit: she could
not prophesy. ... Sue needs no defense, least of all in 1986 when she has
become prevalent, a subtle rebel against any dialectic of ... It will not suffice to call
Jude the Obscure a tragedy, since what is most tragic in Jude and Sue is their