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- ‘My interest is no mere trivial and reactionary antiquarianism.’
- ‘In its merger of antiquarianism and fantasy, artisanship and magic, the castle neatly sums up the art of its creator, Hayao Miyazaki.’
- ‘It is a new antiquarianism, oblivious to any real sense of historical understanding, engagement or critique.’
- ‘I think it will look pleasant and will constitute a harmless act of antiquarianism.’
- ‘Unless the past is related to the present, it runs the risk of becoming mere antiquarianism.’
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