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Page 2 - ... to Joyce was the mediaeval, the mystical, the reactionary in the petty bourgeoisie — lust, aberrations; everything capable of impelling the petty bourgeoisie to join the side of revolution was alien to him. Incidentally, what is China suffering from? From the Chinese alphabet, in which there are 40,000 signs. The Chinese coolies cannot learn to read, our comrades are obliged to communicate with them by means of pictures. /Joyce is trying to teach you writers to create some kind of Chinese alphabet...
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