allusion to Keats, which I suggested earlier, ensures that Stevens's poetic project is not only abstract, changing and pleasure-giving, (8) but proceeds on terms which are uniquely his own.
His contributions to science have had a significant impact on our understanding, prevention and treatment of a number of infectious diseases; his modesty and humility are an emulatory
challenge to us; his integrity is legendary; and his compassion for the downtrodden and disadvantaged has made him a role model for colleagues and students.
And this is connected with Ono's dim recognition that he was both emulatory
and culpable when he betrayed Kuroda.