English scholar and literary critic.
He was the initiator of the influential 'New Criticism'
school of textual criticism at Cambridge University in the1920s.
1926 Science and Poetry, ch.7.
To be forced by desire into any unwarrantable belief is a calamity.
forced, desire, unwarrantable, belief, calamity
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