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Instead, his concern was with "the instincts, the feeling, the pleasures, the pains, the embarrassments of a very unartificial and simple one," the peasantry.
Calvet-Sebasti, in a most interesting essay, shows how Christian writers artfully tried to write in an unartificial way.
We seek and appreciate what is real, genuine, and unartificial.