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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|But certain lapses of judgment indicate the radical failure of an entire sensibility. |
SUSAN SONTAG (b. 1933). U.S. essayist. Against Interpretation, "The Literary
Criticism of George Lukics" (1966). 31 Give a critic an inch, he'll write a play.
|Sontag, Susan Unless a reviewer has the courage to give you unqualified praise, |
I say ignore the bastard. - Steinbeck, John Give a critic an inch, he'll write a play. -
Steinbeck, John Of all the cants which are canted in this canting world ...
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|Acer Aspire Gemstone Blue 8920G Notebook BY ANDY SIM John Steinbeck |
once said "give a critic an inch and he'll write a play" and in Acer's instance, they'
ve recently given our critical heads more than just an inch to dramatize with.
|'On Critics', publ. ibid. 11 Give a critic an inch, he'll write a play. Ibid. Gloria |
Steinem (b. 1934) US FEMINIST WRITER AND EDITOR She co-founded the
Women's Action Alliance in 1970 and the National Women's Political Caucus in
1971, and ...
|John. Steinbeck. (1902–68). U.S. Author Give a critic an inch, he'll write a play. |
The Mojave is a big desert and a frightening one. It's as though nature tested a
man for endurance and constancy to prove whether he was good enough to get
|I don't say that writers should not be disciplined, but I could wish that the people |
who appoint themselves to do it were not ... 'F If $ Give a critic an inch, he'll write a
play. ii I 3 I wish I knew how people do good and long-sustained work and still ...
|tfon, taken in its direct and usual sense with reference to man, is a leading theme |
of the piece ; for the play represents man in relation to ... No, nor thy tailor, rascal ;
Who is thy grandfather; he made those clothes Which, as it seems, make thee. ...
Inch. Will you hear more? ... Bacon says that "the great help to memory is writing "
; and of this also we have an example "in lachimo's taking notes of Imogen's ...
|This is a brutally honest drama about marriage and infidelity--one that chronicles the inevitable big damage and ugly fallout engendered by a ceaseless pursuit of selfishness ...full of lionhearted female characters...and focused on the ...|
|Trust the spirit, As sovran nature does, to make the form; For otherwise we only |
imprison spirit And not embody. ... He does not Write for you Or me,—for London
or for Edinburgh; He will not suffer the best critic known To step into his sunshine
of free thought And self—absorbed conception and exact An inch-long swerving
of the holy lines. ... I will write no plays; Because the drama, less sublime in this,
Makes lower appeals, submits more menially, Adopts the standard of the public
|When Bobby grows up I'll ask him to be my partner. ... (Wistfully) I never knew he |
was a hemophiliac I never knew he got blood transfusions or anything. ... Some
guy, some food critic, writes us up in the local paper and Bobby cuts it out, writes
one of his famous letters and ... You give him an inch, he takes a goddamn mile.