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Gertrude Stein and T. S. Eliot on Joyce 1927

Now if Mr. Lewis had really had the courage to attempt an analysis of Joyce, he would have included the new work, an entire book of which is now available, and which is freer from both local color and local time than anything heretofore written in any language. . . . His remarks on Joyce are rehashed from the pronunciamentos of various critics concerning Ulysses, findings of which the original authors are almost invariably ashamed today. . . .