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Verse has a specific dramatic value as anyone can see by observing in himself
the thrilling effect of a tirade in one of Racine's plays or of any of Shakespeare's
great set pieces; and this is independent of the sense; it is due to the emotional ...
In that artificial medium life is not presented in a word-for-word translation, but in
a free rendering, and thus the dramatist has ample scope for the effects of which
his art is capable. For the drama is make-believe. It does not deal with truth but ...
est reluctance that I have even served on committees formed to effect some aim
of passing interest. Thinking that not the whole of life was long enough to learn to
write well, I have been unwilling to give to other activities time that I so much ...
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