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The question sounded rhetorical to me since it has a
kind of pseudo-validity but which could be out of
context to conceptual understanding.  



--- Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Vishvesh Obla wrote:
> > 
> > "Can what is said about Morality and Art in the
> novel
> > be said generally not just for poetry and drama,
> but
> > for painting, dance and music?"
> > 
> > A rhetorical question as that in relation to
> Leavis
> > and Lawrence arouse in me the curiosity to know if
> > Eliot made any inferences to arts and music in his
> > works.  I cannot recollect anything specific, and
> I
> > would appreciate any references to them.  Thank
> You.
> > 
> 
> If it is a rhetorical question, what is the expected
> answer. It isn't at
> all clear to me that the answer can be yes.
> 
> And what is "Art" [with an uppercase A] IN (?)* the
> novel anyhow? The
> question does not really make sense (nor do (or the
> propositions
> implied),
> 
> Carrol
> 
> *Art _of_ the novel might make sense, but not "in"
> the novel.
> 



		
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