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Scheherazade

Or the Future of the English Novel

John Carruthers

Originally published in 1928

“A brilliant essay…” Daily Herald

A survey of contemporary fiction in England and America lends to the conclusion that the literary and scientific influences of the last fifty years have combined to make the novel of today predominantly analytic. The author argues that it has therefore gained in psychological subtlety, but lost its form and how this may be regained is put forward in the conclusion.

90pp

 

 

Thamyris

Or Is There a Future for Poetry?

R C Trevelyan

Originally published in 1925

“Learned, sensible and very well-written.” New Statesman

This volume examines the possibilities of development for modern poetry.

90pp

Saxo Grammaticus

First Aid for the Best-Seller

Ernest Weekley

Originally published in 1930

“A very shocking collection of vile phrases from contemporary writers.” Daily News

Authored by the philologist Ernest Weekley, this volume represents the original emergency grammar manual for time-pressed best-selling writers.

88pp

Deucalion

Or the Future of Literary Criticism

Geoffrey West

Originally published in 1930

This book discusses the true function of criticism and asks how modern criticism is performing it.

86pp

Scheherazade

Or the Future of the English Novel

John Carruthers

Originally published in 1928

“A brilliant essay…” Daily Herald

A survey of contemporary fiction in England and America lends to the conclusion that the literary and scientific influences of the last fifty years have combined to make the novel of today predominantly analytic. The author argues that it has therefore gained in psychological subtlety, but lost its form and how this may be regained is put… (more)

Scheherazade

Or the Future of the English Novel

John Carruthers

Originally published in 1928

“A brilliant essay…” Daily Herald

A survey of contemporary fiction in England and America lends to the conclusion that the literary and scientific influences of the last fifty years have combined to make the novel of today predominantly analytic. The author argues that it has therefore gained in psychological subtlety, but lost its form and how this may be regained is put forward in the conclusion.

90pp

 

 

Thamyris

Or Is There a Future for Poetry?

R C Trevelyan

Originally published in 1925

“Learned, sensible and very well-written.” New Statesman

This volume examines the possibilities of development for modern poetry.

90pp

Saxo Grammaticus

First Aid for the Best-Seller

Ernest Weekley

Originally published in 1930

“A very shocking collection of vile phrases from contemporary writers.” Daily News

Authored by the philologist Ernest Weekley, this volume represents the original emergency grammar manual for time-pressed best-selling writers.

88pp

Deucalion

Or the Future of Literary Criticism

Geoffrey West

Originally published in 1930

This book discusses the true function of criticism and asks how modern criticism is performing it.

86pp

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