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Percy Lubbock


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Percy Lubbock : The Craft of Fiction

'[Percy Lubbock] thinks ["The Craft of Fiction" -- a sensitive yet poor spirited book] that the aim of a novel should be capable of being put into a phrase, "ten words that reveal its unity", and so boggles at War and Peace, though he "duly" recognises its vitality [...] Must I read him through?'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Edward Morgan Forster      Print: Book


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