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By Hans Robert Jauss
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It also consoled the unrealizability of the expectations thus aroused: "Let this little book be your friend," a consolation which up to that time had been the prerogative of religious edification. The naive identification Goethe himself warned against in the second edition ("be a man and do not follow after me") would have remained trivial, however, and would not have been taken up on all levels of literary reception, had it not promoted the irruption of an experience that only poetry can express.
Prior to the aesthetics of genius, the product of man's art also always gave rise to an experience of nature as limit and ideal norm which the artist cannot exhaust, let alone surpass, but only imitate or, at most, perfect where nature has left an incomplete model. To document this experience of the limit of man's aesthetic production, Galileo's judgment of Michelangelo is apposite: "The art of discovering a magnificent statue in a block of marble has placed Buonarotti's genius high above ordinary minds.
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Aesthetic Experience and Literary Hermeneutics by Hans Robert Jauss