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Literary character, or the history of men of genius
|Statement||Isaac Disraeli ; edited by Benjamin Disraeli.|
|Contributions||Disraeli, Benjamin, 1804-1881.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||592|
Not some but all literary geniuses can be read again and again, down through the generations. As Hilary Mantel, in her essay on Jane Austen, writes: 'Surely this is the definition of genius in a writer: the capacity to make a text that can give and give, a text that is never fully read, a text that goes on multiplying meanings.' Timelessness. Background "The only figure of literary repute who ever rated The "Genius" as first among the novels of Theodore Dreiser was Theodore Dreiser," literary historian Larzer Ziff observed. His fifth published novel, The "Genius" was actually the third novel Dreiser began work on and, as his most autobiographical work, remained the novel closest to his heart.
Evil can come in all forms: man, woman, child, adult, real, perceived, clown, doctor you get it. There is much evidence on this earth to back up its existence, and has been throughout history, but some of the best depictions of evil have appeared as fiction--which is much better than having it in actuality. Some inspired by actual evil individuals, others are purely abstract and fantastical. the infirmities of genius illustrated by referring the anomalies in the literary character to the habits and constitutional peculiarities of men of genius first edition Hardcover London.
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All Men of Genius is a book that steampunk fans should run to the bookstore to pick up. Its a fun, not too serious romp through Victorian London. Rosen fills his pages with incredible mad science, Victorian manners and even a bit of challenging traditional gender roles/5(K).
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A glossary of literary terms for use by students and teachers as well as Lit Genius editors. Consult and contribute. School and be schooled. Message one of the top editors on the page and ask for. The concept of genius, in literary theory and literary history, derives from the later 18th century, when it began to be distinguished from ingenium in a discussion of the genius loci, or "spirit of the place." It was a way of discussing essence, in that each place was supposed to have its own unique and immutable nature, but this essence was determinant, in that all persons of a place would.InIsaac D’Israeli published anonymously a small volume of trivia containing a cornucopia of anecdotes, stories, character sketches and notes on literary themes entitled Curiosities of Literature, which is regarded as his greatest literary achievement.
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