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Literary taste and how to form it
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And (dont start a sentence with and) It is a book about literary taste!. Make no mistake about it, its just that. A manual, of its time. Which to me, adds even another level of interest.
The added bonus (no pun intended) was the list of books he tells you to get and the amounts of each by: 6. Literary Taste: How to Form It by Arnold Bennett is delightfully didactic for us smart people. "You occasionally buy classical works, and do not read them at all; you practically decide that it is enough to possess them, and that the mere possession of them gives you a *cachet*.
The truth is, you are a sham."/5. Literary Taste How to Form It [Arnold Bennett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
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Literary taste thus serves two purposes: as a certificate of correct culture and as a private pastime. A young professor of mathematics, immense at mathematics and games, dangerous at chess, capable of Haydn on the violin, once said to me, after listening to some chat on books, “Yes, I must take up literature.”.
Literary Taste: How to Form it Enoch Arnold Bennett The aim of literary study is not to amuse the hours of leisure; it is to awake oneself, it is to be alive, to intensify one’s capacity for pleasure, for sympathy, and for comprehension. Literary taste. How to form it by Bennett, Arnold, Publication date Topics Books and reading, Book collecting, Best books -- English literature Publisher New York: G.
Doran Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. AddeddatePages: At the beginning a misconception must be removed from the path. Many people, if not most, look on literary taste as an elegant accomplishment, by acquiring which they will complete themselves, and make themselves finally fit as members of a correct society.
LITERARY TASTE: HOW TO FORM IT. With Detailed Instructions for Collecting a Complete Library of English Literature. ARNOLD BENNETT. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I THE AIM. CHAPTER II YOUR PARTICULAR CASE. CHAPTER III WHY A CLASSIC IS A CLASSIC. CHAPTER IV WHERE TO BEGIN. CHAPTER V HOW TO READ A CLASSIC.
CHAPTER VI THE QUESTION OF STYLE5/5(1). "Literary Taste - How to Form It" is a essay by English writer Arnold Bennett. The essay discusses taste in relation to literature, and also includes an exhaustive list of books that Bennett believed constitute classics with every item individually costed.
When originally published, the essay and list became very : Literary Taste: How to Form It, with Detailed Instructions for Collecting a Complete Library of English Literature Volume of Pelican special: Author: Arnold Bennett: Editor: Frank Swinnerton: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Penguin books limited, Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: Length: pages: Export.
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His insights on the entire 'literary' world were enlightening and very encouraging to someone like me, who really does need some taste.
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forming your literary taste, you will arrive at the goal much sooner. The simple act of resolution will help you. This is the first preliminary. The second preliminary is to surround yourself with books, to create for yourself a bookish atmosphere.
The merely physical side of books is important--more important than it may seem to the inexperienced. In the formation of literary taste, one should begin with the classics. Then there will be less chance of being hoodwinked by mediocrity.
Timely advice, this, for almost every reader is hoodwinked by some form of ‘literary’ mediocrity today. Literary Taste: How to Form It by Arnold Bennett.
ISBN/ASIN: Description: Detailed instructions for collecting a complete library of English literature. It is well to remind ourselves that literature is first and last a means of life, and that the enterprise of forming one's literary taste is an enterprise of learning how best to use this means of life.
Literary Taste: How to Form It With Detailed Instructions for Collecting a Complete Library of English Literature Note: This eBook is taken from a re-printing of a edition. See also: # taken from a edition. Language: English: LoC Class: PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections: SubjectCited by: 6.
Literary Taste: how to form it was published inthough there was later a revised edition by Frank Swinnerton in the s, according to Wikipedia.
My copy is undated but is evidently from around – because it doesn’t have the extra section Swinnerton added (more on that later), and, well, because the book is obviously from that.Internet Archive BookReader Literary taste. How to form it Internet Archive BookReader Literary taste.
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