Voltaire thought Shakespeare "a drunken savage&rdquo;; Mencken dismissed Gatsby as a "glorified anecdote." Why <strong>great critics make terrible judgments</strong>

Voltaire thought Shakespeare &quot;a drunken savage&amp;rdquo;; Mencken dismissed Gatsby as a &quot;glorified anecdote.&quot; Why great critics make terrible
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Voltaire thought Shakespeare "a drunken savage”; Mencken dismissed Gatsby as a "glorified anecdote." Why great critics make terrible judgments

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