“People always talk about how an analysis of the beauty of a work of art supposedly disturbs the…”

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“People always talk about how an analysis of the beauty of a work of art supposedly disturbs the pleasure of the art lover. Well, the real lover just won’t let himself be disturbed!”

Friedrich Schlegel, Athenaeum Fragments

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