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Examining Marcel Duchamp’s Alter Ego — Rrose Sélavy: Is Extreme Eccentricity Intrinsic to Creatives?

We tolerate the idiosyncrasies of artists when we believe them to be possessed of “Genius.” But why does the “Genius” label cancel out rational thought for so many people? Is anyone hurt when we fail to dig deeper?




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