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Shakespeare Sucks! by Leo Tolstoy

Shakespeare Sucks! (or Shakespeare not a Great Genius) I remember the astonishment I felt when I first read Shakespeare. I expected to receive a powerful esthetic pleasure, but having...
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Interview with Mark Twain

This interview is from Hartford Daily Courant from May 30th 1888. Twain would have been 53 years old. He had just finished a new book. SHERIDAN’S MEMOIRS. Mark Twain...
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Of Ambition by Francis Bacon

Of Ambition by Francis Bacon AMBITION is like choler; which is an humor that maketh men active, earnest, full of alacrity, and stirring, if it be not stopped. But...
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France by Gertrude Stein

Likely and more than evenly, unevenly and not unlikely, very much that and anyway more, this is the left over method. There is nothing left because if it were...
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OLD POETS by Walt Whitman

Poetry (I am clear) is eligible of something far more ripen’d and ample, our lands and pending days, than it has yet produced from any utterance old or new....
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THE WRITER HIMSELF by Robert Saunders Dowst

THE WRITER HIMSELF  by Robert Saunders Dowst Critical Faculty—Cultivation of Genius—Observation and Information—Open-mindedness—Attitude Toward Life—Prejudice and Provincialism—The Social Question—Reading—Imagination. Accessible as are the data of the fiction writer, the...
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Book, Authors, and Hats by Mark Twain

BOOKS, AUTHORS, AND HATS by Mark Twain           ADDRESS AT THE PILGRIMS’ CLUB LUNCHEON, GIVEN IN HONOR OF Mr.           CLEMENS AT THE SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON, JUNE 25, 1907....
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Fox-women by Elliott O’Donnell

Fox-women an excerpt from Byways of Ghost-Land 1911  by Elliott O’Donnell Very different from this were-wolf, though also belonging to the great family of elementals, are the fox-women of...
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RUPERT BROOKE: by Henry James

RUPERT BROOKE: by Henry James Nothing more generally or more recurrently solicits us, in the light of literature, I think, than the interest of our learning how the poet,...
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