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, Volume 2, Issue 1–2, pp 135–153 | Cite as

Discussion sur la littérature des Lumières

  • Miklós Szenczi
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    The expression is from the important essay of F. R. Leavis: “The Line of Wit”. In:Revaluations (London, 1936). — For the history of wit, a good exposition is George Williamson:The Proper Wit of Poetry (London, 1961).Google Scholar
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    Some random examples: Guillermo Díaz-Plaja;Introducción al estudio del Romanticismo español (Buenos Aires, 1953), p. 46; Emilio González Lopez,Historia de la literatura española. La edad moderna. (New York, 1965), p. 116, etc.Google Scholar

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