Notes on Current Books, Winter 1992
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Jarrett chose to mention a couple of passages in a large work, deliberately overlooking its main argument and most of its contents. To take one example, almost the whole career of William Wotton is recovered and threaded through the book. But of all of this we hear not a word. But Jarrett is entitled to his opinion, and to insist on it as superior to mine, as long as he gives his readers some slight inkling of what mine is.
Nevertheless, it does seem a little silly for him to be rummaging in my index hunting for Greek gods when the whole subject bears almost no reference to the story. Still, if he wanted to spare his readers the trouble of looking at the book, he might at least have taken the trouble to read it through for them and weigh its arguments.
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My work made an effort to reinterpret the issues in the battle of the books, to set it in the larger quarrel between the ancients and the moderns, to redefine its dimensions, and to assess something of its abiding significance.
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