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On Krassó’s Reply to Mandel
Tamara Deutscher writes:
I have been following with great interest the discussion between Mandel and Krassó. So far I have not been tempted to express any opinion on this exchange and even now I should like to deal only with the references in Krassò’s latest ‘Reply’ to Isaac’s work, as I fear that these may give a somewhat distorted impression of the tenor of Isaac’s writings.
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