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Hermetismo I

We see, therefore, that essentially obscurity lies not in the poet, but in ourselves. We are clear
and logical at the cost of being superficial and inexact. The poet, more exactingly, seeks
absolute precision of language and thought, and the exigencies of this precision demand
that he should exceed the limits of customary expression, and therefore invent.

"Obscurity in Poetry”, Herbert Read

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