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George Henry Lewes Was An English Philosopher And Critic Of Literature And Theatre He Is Perhaps Best Known Today For Having Openly Lived With George Eliot Lewes Supported Himself By Contributing Articles On A Wide Range Of Subjects To Quarterly And Other Reviews The Principles Of Success In Literature Appeared In The Fortnightly Review In Lewes First Lists Reasons Why Writers Fail He Then Goes Into What Is Needed To Succeed In Writing His Three Basic Principles Are As Follows The Principle Of Vision Involves Being Able To See Things And Have Original Ideas The Principle Of Sincerity Is The Ability Of The Author To Express His Ideas The Principle Of Beauty Is The Author S Use Of Style In His Writing


9 thoughts on “The Principles of Success in Literature

  1. says:

    Let s just say it s a good thing he didn t put these principles into practice in writing anything anyone would want to read Paralysingly boring.