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verse morals were beside the point ; between the forces of nature , including
therein the forces of his own nature , and man ' s aspirations there could be no
reconciliation ; they were eternally opposed , and from the human view the
workings of ...
These are his first novels , Liza of Lambeth ( 1897 ) , Of Human Bondage ( 1915 )
, and Cakes and Ale ( 1930 ) . With the early work of Moore , Liza of Lambeth is
the completest specimen of the Naturalistic novel in English . It was writ . ten , as
Yet Of Human Bondage has its value , and it comes precisely from Maugham ' s
honesty , his unflinching acceptance of his belief in the meaninglessness of life .
He is not , nor is Philip , to be comforted , and the novel gains in poignancy from ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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