2 edition of book of prefaces found in the catalog.
book of prefaces
H. L. Mencken
|Other titles||Puritanism as a literary force.|
|Statement||by H. L. Mencken.|
|LC Classifications||P8121 .M4 1922|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||23006321|
Buy The Book of Prefaces New edition by Gray, Alasdair (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). A preface (/ ˈ p r ɛ f ə s /) or proem (/ ˈ p r oʊ ɛ m /) is an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the work's author. An introductory essay written by a different person is a foreword and precedes an author's preface. The preface often closes with .
A book of prefaces by H. L. Mencken; 12 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, American literature, Criticism and interpretation, History and criticism, Puritans; People: James Huneker (), Joseph Conrad (), Theodore Dreiser (). Unlock This Study Guide Now. Start your hour free trial to unlock this The Book of Prefaces study guide and get instant access to the following. Summary; You'll also get access to more than.
A Book of Prefaces Contents: Joseph Conrad -- Theodore Dreiser -- James Huneker -- Puritanism as a literary force. Language: English: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature: Subject: American literature -- History and criticism Subject: Conrad, Joseph, -- Criticism and interpretation Subject. OCLC Number: Notes: Incidental illustrations throughout. Description: vii, , ,  p. ill. ; 20 cm. Contents: Preface to a book of literary reminiscences --Preface to a cook book --Preface to a book of fishhooks --Preface to a book of cigarette papers --Preface to the plays of Euripides --Preface to a cat show catalogue --Preface to the prospectus of a club --Preface to a medium.
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The preface is usually located at the front of the book. The content can take up a single page or a small section of pages. The title has changed (now The Book of Prefaces, rather than an anthology). The price rather more than the suggested second hand value.
And it is well worth the wait. This will stand as a monument to Gray's achievements as an artist (of words and of pictures). His remit has been to produce a history of literature in English from the sixth /5(5).
This is a book to revel in. Among prefaces to novels and poems (from the well known, such as Mary Shelley's genesis of Frankenstein to the less well known such as Trahern's poetry) there are prefaces (and prologues) to works of philosophy (e.g.
Bentham and Franklin) and law (the introduction to Stair's Institutions, a crucially important work /5(8). A magnificent booklover's book which is a pleasure to browse and an education to peruse.
Over more than six hundred pages, it gathers great prefaces from works of English literature from Cædmon to Wilfred Owen, alongside Gray's own commentary and frequent interjectory essays/5.
Prefaces are different in that they discuss the inspiration, writing, and publishing of the book. Introductions are solely about the content (themes, characters).
Forewords are essays written by other writers/authors about the book and its author. Prologues are a part of the story and are comprised of a scene or multiple scenes that are.
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More people read Introductions than read Prefaces, because “Preface” sounds stuffy. So if you want your opening message to actually get read, call it an. A preface is an introductory passage written about a book by its author. It's often viewed as an apologia — which is not so much an apology as an explanation or defense of why the book e the preface is part of a book's front matter (the pages at the start of a book with Roman numeral page numbers), it’s often confused with the foreword and the introduction.
The Book of Prefaces is an intellectual history of the English-speaking world. The initial focus is on the development of the language itself.
Gray's texts and explanations make for a marvelous introduction to the first English literary works and the evolution of the language. A number of biblical translations may not seem promising, but the.
The preface is a place for the book’s author to tell the reader how this book came into being, and why. It should build credibility for the author and the book. The preface is very similar to the foreword, except that the preface is written by the book’s author.
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This fourth printing of "A Book of Prefaces" offers me temptation, as the third did, to revise the whole book, and particularly the chapters on Conrad, Dreiser and Huneker, all of whom have printed important new books since the text was completed. In addition, Huneker has died. But the changes that I'd make, after all, would be very slight, and.
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The second edi-tion, published inreached a total of more than 1, copies. The third edition, which came off. A Book of Prefaces is H. Mencken's collection of essays criticizing American culture, authors, and movements.
Mencken described the work as "[My] most important book in its effects upon my professional career." In fact, the book was considered vitriolic Pages: Preface of the Lord's Day To be used on Sundays as appointed, but not on the succeeding weekdays 1.
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an introduction at the beginning of a book explaining its purpose, thanking people who helped. Learn more. Prefaces, Cautions, Notes, Etc. by Voltaire. Title Prefaces, Cautions, Notes, Etc. Author Voltaire. Format Rating: % positive. The Book of Prefaces, ed Alasdair Gray (Bloomsbury, £) "And why to the Reader?" asked Thomas Dekker at the beginning of "To the Reader", the preface to.
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He gathered hundreds of them from throughout the history of English literature.