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Yet the real and only interest in his novels today is their documentary interest.
Rather obscurely the black sheep of the family, he went out to Australia and spent
part of his five years there as a policeman in what was still a pioneer country.
interest, inclination, or the desire for fame or money, but simply from duty. Some,
like the novelist Mrs. Wannup, are very poor; others, like Tietjens, very rich; it
makes no difference: they are members of an elite so well established that it does
Will interest in the novel then be exhausted? If it is, Ulysses will have been
proved a gigantic stillbirth. But it may be that the real fructifying interest in the
novel will begin to operate only after the scholiasts have finished their work. In
any case, it ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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