The Creation of Character in Literature. John Galsworthy.
The Creation of Character in Literature

The Creation of Character in Literature

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1931. First Edition, First Printing. Wrappers. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing, in the Publisher's original brown stapled wrappers printed in green (some wear to the edges), being the Romanes Lecture delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre on May 21, 1931, with Galsworthy concluding that "character" in Literature is an unfathomable mystery. In addition to his prolific literary output, Galsworthy was also a renowned social activist and an outspoken advocate for the women's suffrage movement, prison reform, and animal rights. He also served as the president of PEN, an organization that sought to promote international cooperation through literature. John Galsworthy won the 1932 Noble Prize in Literature. A Very Good copy. Very good. Item #2891

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