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All the pronouncements made by critics questioning the importance of Charles Bukowski's poetry should get less of our attention than the poetry itself does, but this is probably impossible until a date far in the future, for time alone constructs the true literary canon, but not a group of critics contemporary to the work.

A. alone constructs the true literary canon, but not a group of critics contemporary to the work.
B. alone and not a group of critics contemporary with the work constructs the true literary canon.
C. alone constructs the true literary canon, a group of critics not contemporary to the work.
D. alone, not a group of critics contemporary with the work, constructs the true literary canon.
E. alone, rather than a group of critics who are contemporaries of the work, that constructs the true literary canon.

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