virtue. Finally, his poetry was no more than whining. So muchrnfor poetry and for culture and history and the professionrnthereof.rnThe campus has become all too often the place where thernmaintenance of distinctions is repudiated rather than affirmed,rnwhere the hierarchies of cultural achievement are flattenedrnby those who supposedly uphold . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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