Literature and Belief: English Institute Essays * 1957
A collection of essays on the topic of belief -- or the suspension of disbelief -- in the reading and appreciation of literature. While the essays display diverse approaches to the topic, they all agree that a work of literature is to be apprehended for its inherent and terminal values, but that it involves assumptions and beliefs and sympathies with which a large measure of concurrence is indispensable for the reading of literature as literature and not another thing.
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