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Wood gives way too much time to established white writers in little need of further eludication.
And the idea that all people are equal as a fundamental moral right is older than any modern legal system and more profound than any eludication to be found in jurisprudential thought.
Occasionally Eliot described the function of criticism as “the eludication of works of art and the correction of taste” or even as “the common pursuit of true judgment” (Selected Essays, pp. 24-25).
I DON'T think that anyone ever knew that the real eludication of the extraordinary mystery known to the newspaper-reading public as the "Somersetshire Outrage" was evolved in my own dear lady's quick, intuitive brain.