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Literary whistling past the graveyard

October 16th, 2010 Posted in The Artful Life, Theology

“And yet, one does suspect that the ‘oblivion’ of some intentionally obfuscating postmodern prose is often simply a form of linguistic procrastination, a concentrated refusal to consider the Nietzschean consequences of rejecting the Christian order.”

From Matthew Milliner’s essay, “A Tale of Two Art Worlds,” in the latest issue of The City.

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