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In Martinique (unlike Haiti), 'the Negro steeped in the inessentiality of servitude was set free by his master'.
The essential inessentiality of a Romantic notion of genius is coupled in Murry's study to the transference of both 'Dostoevskii' and his 'characters' to the realm of the metaphysical: they become 'superhuman figures of this symbolic world' and any articulated reference of this world to a non-transcendent reality is lost.
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Moreover, through the example of fables and their theatrical enactment, he drives home his point about the evanescence, even inessentiality, of life and the universe.