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V:22.  [Briefly,] how might the existence of these systems and literary objects lead to the internalization of a shifted paradigm of verbal art? The usual way to answer this would be to say that it would arise out of the popularization of new forms of textuality and as a function of perceived homologies between those forms and the new structures of understanding represented by developments in critical theory. Forms which demonstrate these homologies would tend to be privileged over more traditional forms, where the new forms matched ascendant (albeit subversive) modes of thought, as formal exemplars of that thought.
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