A rank-and-file literary-science employee on himself, language, and a great cemetery of literature
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A sketch attempting at unveiling two effects of the literary-scientist profession: a specific alienation from the language and the sense of social and professional uncertainty of the function of literary scholar, proving rather sharp at present. The poetics of a personal confession applied in this essay is intended to reinforce the utterance's credibility.
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