Friday, November 25, 2016

Chapter 12 section 13 "On Novels and the Art of Writing Them" from Anthony Trollope's Autobiography


Trollope's advice is in stark contrast to postmodern thought, but I think Trollope's thoughts on moral fiction are a good antidote to the hedonistic relativity of today's novels and today's art in general. Here is a free audio version, which you can perhaps listen to as you drive.

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