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A View Of Critic From 1921
"I argued that a critic no more exists for artists than a paleontologist does for the Dinosaurs on whose fossils he expatiates, and that, though artists happen to create those exciting objects which are the matter of a critic's discourse, that discourse is all for the benefit of the critic's readers." The New Republic 10/26/1921
Posted October 10, 2012 05:41 AM

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