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Shared aesthetic--rather than political--values are central to this study and, if one can accommodate oneself to such an unfashionable (or unreal) divorce between poetry and politics, one should read (and think) on.
However he was aware of his own shortcomings and acknowledged that it was "a good thing to accommodate oneself to ideas and ways less refined than one's own" (p.
It was also possible to accommodate oneself to life under Saddam, and to live without arousing the state's ire and incurring its wrath.