For Schlegel, Tzara, and Schiller, art was by definition incomprehensible. Case in point: the <strong>Voynich Manuscript</strong>, which is quite possibly nonsense

For Schlegel, Tzara, and Schiller, art was by definition incomprehensible. Case in point: the Voynich Manuscript, which is quite possibly
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For Schlegel, Tzara, and Schiller, art was by definition incomprehensible. Case in point: the Voynich Manuscript, which is quite possibly nonsense

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