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An art whose limits depend on a moving image, mass audience, and industrial production is bound to differ from an art whose limits ...
I have this very moment finished reading a novel called The Vicar of Wakefield [by Oliver Goldsmith].... It appears to me, to be i ...
I said in my novel that the clergyman is a kind of human Sunday. Jones and I settled that my sister May was a kind of human Good F ...
Whatever is felt upon the page without being specifically named there--that, one might say, is created. It is the inexplicable pre ...
The American novel tends to rest in contradictions and among extreme ranges of experience. When it attempts to resolve contradicti ...
Doubtless the main difference between the novel and the romance is the way in which they view reality. The novel renders reality c ...
...A shadow now occasionally crossed my simple, sanguine, and life enjoying mind, a notion that I was never really going to accomp ...
Women hock their jewels and their husbands' insurance policies to acquire an unaccustomed shade in hair or crêpe de chine. Why th ...
Yes--oh, dear, yes--the novel tells a story.
The final test of a novel will be our affection for it, as it is the test of our friends, and of anything else which we cannot def ...
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