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Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy : From Thomas Mann's intro... reading Tolstoy...
"... to feel the effect of the animal keenness of that glance, of the direct pressure in that formative grasp, to surrender to the greatness of his epic art, so unclouded by any faintest shadow of ____________, so infallibly clear and true, is to take refuge from every least threat of artifice and sickly dexterity in originality and health, in what is in ourselves healthy and original." - ?
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