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Talk by Iain Fletcher
The speaker believes that nineteenth-and twentieth-century literature is united by a limited but decisive community of themes and images. He takes one such theme, that of the recurrent fall of civilisation, using as his point of departure Pater's description of the Mona Lisa.

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Iain Fletcher

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