Distruster


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Dis`trust´er


n.1.One who distrusts.
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But precisely unto him came the shrewder distrusters and nut-crackers: precisely from him did they fish his best-concealed fish!
Price gives us a new way to read George Eliot--as both a darling and distruster of anthologists--but she also prods us to think more generally about critics as anthologists at a moment when both new electronic texts and the accumulated body of criticism and theory threaten to overwhelm.
He was first a poet and then a homosexual drunk--he succeeded in drinking himself to death in San Francisco in 1965--a believer in the poetic community (a great distruster of the isolated poetic soul) that has included Robert Duncan, Ronald Blaser, James Broughton, and George Stanley.