In Defence of the Novel
- In Defence of the Novel, 1936 [L.m./F.s.: 2019-12-29 / 0.15 KiB]
- ‘It hardly needs pointing out that at this moment the prestige of the novel is extremely low, so low that the words ‘I never read novels’, which even a dozen years ago were generally uttered with a hint of apology, are now always uttered in a tone of conscious pride. It is true that there are still a few contemporary or roughly contemporary novelists whom the intelligentsia considers it permissible to read...’
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- CEJL. Volume 1: An Age Like This 1920-1940.
‘In Defence of the Novel’: No any translation available