1 may. 2003

Kasey points out that no poetry can be completely ironical. There's got to be a base-line against which the irony is judged as such. I was thinking of an episode in Proust where the narrator reflects on Swann apparent disdain for the activities to which he himself consecrated his life. "In what other lifetime would he treat things seriously..." (rough paraphrase).

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