chapter  9
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Actual and Possible Misapprehensions

Chapter Nine. Actual and Possible Misapprehensions Unconscious parodies of this view are not uncommon. The most interesting of these is Tolstoy’s. He is the perfect example of how not to introduce moral ideas into criticism. His view may be contrasted with that of Shelley. It is by considering Tragedy that crude misconceptions of expediency may best be corrected.