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Notes Toward a Gone World: Basic Premises About Literature for The Scene

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Here is what I believe, and everything I write or do on any of my blogs or in any of my books is predicated on these simple principles.

  1. A work of great art is the ultimate act of human creativity.
  2. Great art celebrates by its mere existence the divinity that is part of us all.
  3. Great art celebrates by its mere existence the best and greatest of our culture.
  4. The best and greatest may not be what the Establishment thinks as the best and greatest.
  5. The Scene celebrates the best and greatest radical poetry and literature of Western Civilization.

 

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