Literary scholars read with vigilance, wariness, suspicion, distrust. Their <strong>criticism has a political aim</strong>. Which is to say pleasure plays no part

Literary scholars read with vigilance, wariness, suspicion, distrust. Their criticism has a political aim. Which is to say pleasure plays no
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Literary scholars read with vigilance, wariness, suspicion, distrust. Their criticism has a political aim. Which is to say pleasure plays no part

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