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Robert Jordan argues persuasively for understanding the presence of different voices within The Man of Law's Tale without recourse to the supposedly unifying framework of the teller's 'personality', while Thomas Farrell makes a rather less persuasive case for the monology of The Clerk's Tale.
The monology of knowledge - "citational, referential, reverential knowledge" (OT 240) - is never respected but is burlesqued, futilized, pluralized at every turn.
Kundera's poetry collections Clovek zahrada sira (1953; "Man: A Broad Garden"), Posledni maj (1955; "The Last May"), and Monology (1957; "Monologues"), were condemned by the Czech authorities because of their ironic tone and eroticism.