Sunday, December 7, 2008

Kant and Schiller versus R.S. Gwynn

Anyone who can quote Kant and Schiller to good effect against R.S. Gwynn is going to be, at the very least, entertaining. At least for those able to admire the craft of the New Formalists while being left utterly unimpressed by their attempts to goad verse into poetry.

Here's Robert Archambeau of Samizdat Blog on R.S. Gwynn.

1 comment:

  1. Obviously I don't deal with my blog very frequently or thoroughly. I just noticed your question from June. To answer it, the quote on my blog is indeed from Robert Musil's The Man without Qualities. If I remember correctly, it's from part 2, Pseudoreality Prevails, but I would have to look it up to know for sure.