r example: that in the literary fact language is one with meaning, that form belongs to the content of the work; that, according to the expression of Gaeton Picon, “for modern art, the work is not expres- sion but creation” 10 —these are propositions that gain unanimous acceptance only by means of a highly equivocal
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