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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

"Great writers can be impatient, quirky, rudely iconoclastic literary critics," he says. "It is almost a professional deformity. They achieve greatness through a stern commitment to sharply individual visions of the world."

On criticism's vocabulary of cruelty. In the Guardian.