Henry James And "the Art Of Fiction"

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Date: December 19, 1998
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Events and characters are what life is all about. Even science fiction novels represent life, but in a different way, and some times shows us how life can be, or how we could make it be. All art is for pleasure, but not all to instruct. In my opinion, a work of fiction always gives a new thing...
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In my opinion, a work of fiction always gives a new thing. It always enlightens the reader; even if it was an author's personal experience it will illuminate us in one way or another. PS. The article referred to is in: H.Richter, David. "The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends"...
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