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20) Ambivalence is sometimes fitting; in other words, some things are such that it would be fitting to take both an approbative and a disapprobative attitude towards them, i.
Regardless of what in general makes approbative and disapprobative attitudes fitting, if I can make a case that ambivalence is sometimes appropriate, my argument goes through.
While her early Revolution in Poetic Language takes an approbative, down-with-society type of stance that may seem inappropriately anarchistic to Americans approaching an uncertain twenty-first century, the ideas contained within Revolution in Poetic Language nevertheless seem highly relevant to movements in Faulkner's novel.