The philosophy of the short-story

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Statementby Brander Matthews.
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LC ClassificationsPN3373 .M28 1975
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Pagination83 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL5207140M
ISBN 100883054051
LC Control Number75033334
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The difference between a short story and a novel is more than one of length, Matthews argues in this influential work. The short story carries a “unity of impression,” a totality, that the novel cannot, and requires more precise language/5.

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The short story carries a &#;unity of impression,&#; a totality, that the novel cannot, and requires more precise language. Matthews peppers the volume with Pages: The Philosophy of the Short Story. Brander Matthews.

$; $; Publisher Description. Published inPoe's work is discussed among many others in this examination of the form and style of the short story. This book was created from a scan of the original artifact, and as such the text of the book is not selectable or searchable. GENRE. 7 rows    The philosophy of the short-story by Matthews, Brander,Longmans, Pages: Genre/Form: Short story: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Matthews, Brander, Philosophy of the short-story.

New York, P. Smith,   The philosophy of the short-story by Matthews, Brander, Publication date Topics Short story Publisher New York, London [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co Book from the collections of University of California Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet.

The Philosophy of the Short-story in a greater or less degree, the impressions of the book. But simple cessation in reading, would, of itself, be sufficient to destroy the true unity. In the brief tale, however, the author is enabled to carry out the fulness of his intention, be it what it may.

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New York, London Longmans, Green, and Co., The Philosophy of the Short-Story | The difference between a short story and a novel is more than one of length, Matthews argues in this influential work.

The short story carries a “unity of impression," a totality, that the novel cannot, and requires more precise language. Characters in these stories have a philosophical interest, they talk about philosophical topics, the story illustrates a particular philosophical point of view, or a character offers advice for living.

The abiding memory that came with those childhood stories was to remain with Hisato for the rest of his life.

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He was a bright child, studied well and achieved excellent results at a prestigious university, where he studied philosophy and ancient history. This book attempts a fairly impossible task and does it fairly well: a short history of philosophy that covers the main European tradition thoroughly while still giving proper attention to (nearly) all subdisciplines as well as world philosophies/5(19).

Short story - Short story - History: The evolution of the short story first began before humans could write. To aid in constructing and memorizing tales, the early storyteller often relied on stock phrases, fixed rhythms, and rhyme.

Consequently, many of the oldest narratives in the world, such as the ancient Babylonian tale the Epic of Gilgamesh, are in verse. The Short-Story: Specimens Illustrating Its Development: Edited with Introduction and Notes by Brander Matthews, LL.D.

With a selection of 23 short stories from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century, Brander Matthews—a pioneer of dramatic scholarship and professor at Columbia University—demonstrates, “the slow evolution of this literary species through the long.

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A short story, a play or an opera can also put across philosophical ideas. These are more popular and easier to write if you have an ability for creative writing. However you must make it clear at the end that there is a moral to the story at the end and it's not just a nice little story.

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