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  1. Jose Angel

    I’ll be pedantic just this once (well, not just…) – “Tradition and the Individual Talent” was first published in 1919. Another thing Eliot said: “every interpretation, along perhaps with some utterly contradictory interpretation, has to be taken up and reinterpreted by any thinking mind and by every civilization”. Which also applies to a post, which will be subjected to interpretation, criticism and alternative views… blogging is a great tool for criticism, but it takes a measure of self-criticism too, I mean being able to receive so many and diverse commentaries and make the best out of them.

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