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And Rosta scripsit:

> Walt Whitman would be a prime example of a great writer who didn't
> happen to write very well.

I don't think Whitman's flaws are technical ones particularly: he
was exploiting a technique that had been disused since Skelton's time
or even earlier, and he had ambitions that were probably too big for him.

> And of course, everyone agrees that Bob Dylan is a great singer
> who can't sing very well.

There is that.


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