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|Inside that tourbook, in his customary essay, Neil Peart invokes Stendhal's maxim |
(which Stendhal attributes to Saint-Real, and which Peart misattributes to either
Flaubert or Balzac) that “a novel is a mirror carried along a main road.” Henry ...
|on one's reading of the novel and help one to notice less obvious traits of earlier |
chapters one might otherwise have missed? What do they ... a mirror being
carried along a highway — Saint-Real" (p. 60). The later textual reference reads:
"Look here, sir, a novel is a mirror moving along a highway. One minute you see
it reflect the azure skies, next minute the mud and puddles of the road. And the
|In Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature and other books and essays, Rorty |
describes this as the "correspondence" theory of ... among the greatest of all
realist novels, Stendhal famously wrote: "The novel is a mirror being carried
along a road.
|through. a. Glass. darkly. Cruddy's. GIrL. In. the. fun-house. mIrror. A novel is a |
mirror carried along a main road. —HeNri B. STeNdHAl, TheRedandthe Black
What is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations? —Alice, in lewis ...
|Steinbeck, John The age of the book is almost gone. - Steiner, George A novel is |
a mirror carried along a main road. - Stendhal, Henri B. Digressions,
incontestably, are the sunshine; they are the life, the soul of reading! Take them
out of this ...
|Phillip Babcock Gove Book lovers never go to bed alone. — Anonymous The first |
book of the nation is the dictionary of its language. — Constantin Francois De
Chassebceuf, Comte De Volney A novel is a mirror carried along a main road.
|(II, 19) Ah, sir, a novel is a mirror walking along the highway. Sometimes it reflects |
to your eyes the azure of the heavens, sometimes the mire of the road's
mudholes. And the man carrying the mirror in his hod will be accused by you of
|A novel is a mirror carried along a main road (Stendhal). Fiction reveals truth that |
reality obscures (Iessamyn West). Let us remember that wisdom is the true salt of
literature, and the books that are mo st nourishing are richly stored with it, and ...
|A novel is a mirror carried along a main road (Stendhal). Indeed, metaphor is |
even more polymorphous than Fig. 11.1 can portray, for in certain literary
contexts metaphors can escape the constraints of structural consistency, as in
|QuotationsBook.com. A novel is a mirror carried along a main road. - Stendhal, |
Henri B. QuotationsBook 3.