Northrop Frye allowed that others were &ldquo;infinitely more accurate scholars&rdquo; than he. But, he said, <strong>he had something they lacked</strong>: genius

Northrop Frye allowed that others were &amp;ldquo;infinitely more accurate scholars&amp;rdquo; than he. But, he said, he had something they lacked:
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Northrop Frye allowed that others were “infinitely more accurate scholars” than he. But, he said, he had something they lacked: genius

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