The Blind Chatelaine's Keys takes its impetus from three impossibilities: (i) biography (and autobiography) -- something is always left out, (ii) artistic criticism -- the critic's subjectivity inevitably comes to play, and (iii) pure persona in poems -- the poet's self remains a presence no matter how much a poet may wish to disrupt the “I”.
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