Ambiguity is usually a flaw. But in literature it's regarded as an asset, a <strong>special cleverness</strong> deserving of praise, not scorn. Nonsense

Ambiguity is usually a flaw. But in literature it&#39;s regarded as an asset, a special cleverness deserving of praise, not scorn.
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Ambiguity is usually a flaw. But in literature it's regarded as an asset, a special cleverness deserving of praise, not scorn. Nonsense

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