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In "The Dark of the Moon" (1967),
by John Dicson Carr, one of the character's
"I don't like Joyce a bit; I absolutely loathe Proust;
I can't bow down before *any* of the sacred cows. I'm as
conservative as you are or more so, politically speaking;
only I lack your nerve at opposing popular trends and
telling the intellectuals to go to hell."
Ah, Carr... 1967 and he was still railing against
Joyce and Proust! What, no unkind words for Kerouac?
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