volume 42, issue 251, P311-313 1941
DOI: 10.1177/0040571x4104225118
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Abstract: Book Reviews all My first reaction to such a passage is to overpraise in contrast the poised propriety of neo-classicism. There is a wasteful strenuosity in Mr Duncan, which leads to unpleasant imagery (and occasional obscenity):Sucked lozenger of moon spat out. This is not the imagery that permanently pleases. Contrariwise, there are curious, abstract periphrases:If she won't let my abundant blood's superfluity flow through her obvious channels.