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To specify that they are Jack and Joan or that they are Lionel and Blanchefleur would be to destroy the universality by the intrusion of social particulars. And more than this. The finest effects of suggestion are possible only when applied to types, not to individuals. By a long process of typifying, each variety of love, each scene of nature, each function of the gods received a conventional manner of presentation. By a single brushstroke, a single word taken from one of these conventional portrayals or descriptions, the whole scene is evoked.

The pillars of suggestion on which these verses are built are three: beauty, self-restraint, and fertility. What is new in the verses is the association of the three suggestions so as to form the pillars of a single house. One may argue today, as the Sanskrit critics argued in the past, the relative importance of the various factors of Sanskrit verse which I have , discussed. Vocabulary, grammar, meter: these are all necessary. Figures of speech, both verbal and intellectual, furnish delight. Mood is what is sought, though the grand successes of Sanskrit I would say go beyond mood to a sort of universal revelation, to what James Joyce, drawing on the vocabulary of religion, called an epiphany.

The only English author who approaches the Sanskrit poets in this effort is James Joyce. But poor J oyce had to work with no tradition behind him. He had no well-cut and tempered tools but had to forge his own, and his audience was not trained as a Sanskrit audience was to receive such a poet's message. The nature of the Sanskrit language is peculiarly well adapted to punning. Its words, as in every language with a long literary tradition, have each accumulated numerous meanings the choice of which is normally determined with reasonable ease by _c ontext.

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