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  • n  lacking the power to be effective

  • Chess playing for a while kept Duchamp from thinking too much about his own ineffectualness, but when he began to win tournaments against professionals he gave that up too.
  • His regrettable ineffectualness as socio-political philosopher-activist is traceable and proportionate to an unconcealed intellectual narcism.
  • But Asa's defeat is a victory, for it implies that under his apparent ineffectualness there is something stronger than his daughter's brittle bravery.

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