Exactitude QCQ

Quote: “Leonardo da Vinci offers a significant example of the battle with language to capture something that evaded his powers of expression. Leonardo’s codices comprise an extraordinary documentation of struggle with language, a gnarled spiky language, from which he seeks richer, more subtle, and more precise expression.”

Comment: Sometimes language can’t express feelings, even with the most diverse  language.

Question: With some poems and stories, when is the work perfect or exact?


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