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Critical Quote of the Day

“Any critic who is any good is going to write out of a profound inner struggle between what has been and what must be, the values he is used to and those which presently exist, between the past and the present out of which the future must be born. This struggle with oneself as well as with the age, out of which something must be written and which therefore can be read—this is my test for a critic.”

—Alfred Kazin, 1960


Posted at 06:20 PM on Thu. Feb 10, 2011 in category Quote of the Day  
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