Literature and Life: Addresses to the English Association.
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This book is a meeting place for some of the most notable critics and scholars of the time (1948). Their subject is Literature, and the knowledge and experience upon which they draw is rich, varied, and derived from Life.
These essays were originally delivered to the English Association in the form of addresses, but the permanency of the written word better befits their merit, and certainly it is right that they should be shared with, and appreciated by, a larger audience. The authors wear their authority lightly for the most part, and address the reader with that simplicity which is one of the highest attainment of style.
Contents include: England and Greece - a study of exchange in the world of art. Kipling's world by C.S. Lewis.
This book was published by George G. Harrap in 1948. It is in good condition and includes dust-jacket.