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Meillassoux's demonstration of all this is elegant and unevasive.
The only unevasive, though still tantalizingly incomplete, account of James Butler Clough's early career was given by Clough's mother, in a letter first published in 1957.
Indeed, Green Hills prompts a deeper study of his rhetorical and dramatic strategies, not so much in terms of what he states so precisely, or omits, or evades, or psychologically cannot handle,(14) but in terms of fourth- and fifth-dimensional complexity at the points where he seems so forthright and unevasive about his own blustering--where indeed scholars have most wished that he would omit material.