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Publication Date: 01/01/1930

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In this address, recently delivered at Harvard and several other colleges, one of the greatest modern authors confesses without reserve what literature means to him. His central thought is presented with the charm and cogency that have made his other essays famous; and incidentally he has many wise things to say of literary criticism, style in writing, modern civilization, and the like.

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