"Critical writing could scarcely be more admirable than this," pronounced the New York Times in its review of this 1921 classic of literary criticism. This immensely influential text examines such authors as Tolstoy, Flaubert, Thackeray, and James, with an eye toward the form rather than the content of storytelling.
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About the Author
Percy Lubbock (1879-1965) was an English essayist, biographer, and critic. Once described as “more Jamesian than James,” his best-known works include Samuel Pepys (1909), The Letters of Henry James (1920), The Craft of Fiction (1921), and a memoir, Shades of Eton (1929).