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The only reason a work of art is more or less inimitable, likewise the only reason why one work of art differs from another, is that the artist approaches its envisagement through channels opened by partitive meanings, the expression of internal purposes peculiar to himself, the conditions of his unique determination, his "place" in the general scheme.
Moreover, Curtius's views on literary continuity from the Middle Ages are reconcilable with Eliot's own envisagement of a 'direct current of European thought' flowing from the Trecento to Donne, French Symbolism and finally to himself (1993: 43, 60, 98).
God moves from serene self-possession in the divine envisagement of possibilities for the world into the flux of worldly events so as to incorporate them into the divine "consequent nature.