"As Rabinowitch suggests, literalism is a form of indifference to meaning and inquiry into meaning, even as a way of canceling and finally denying meaning. At the least, literalism implies a refusal to reflect in meaning, so that the given has only its material ( and social) face value... For Huelsenbeck the death of art is caused by the persistent confusion of it with entertainment in mass society. It is another way that man neutralizes it. He enjoys it by trivializing it. He also shows that it is possible to live without it." - Donald Juspit, "The End Of Art", 2004, p171-172