I think I'll do an article for one of the reviews, and then I can just print it afterwards as a preface
Browning might say, as his wife said in an early preface
, I never mistook pleasure for the final cause of poetry, nor leisure for the hour of the poet--as indeed he has himself said, to much the same effect, in a letter printed many years ago: I never pretended to offer such literature as should be a substitute for a cigar or a game at dominoes to an idle man.
One other quotation from the same Preface
may serve to introduce a fact that my readers may think curious.
Indeed I have run into a preface
, while I professed to write a dedication.
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF AND NOW SET FORTH BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON WITH A PREFACE
It is remarkable, also, as containing in its preface the germ of an idea, which has been since proved to have been correct by a strange chain of circumstances.
Nevelet, in the preface to the volume which we have described, points out that the Fables of Planudes could not be the work of Aesop, as they contain a reference in two places to "Holy monks," and give a verse from the Epistle of St.
And allow me to remark, by way of preface
, that Mr.
In the Preface
to Bleak House I remarked that I had never had so many readers.
More importantly, the authorial preface
characterizes the dual function at the heart of writing literature for publication.
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Wright structures his text into a preface
and four sections.
This edition contains a new brief preface
by the author, written in November 2012.
In addition to the release of "The Preface
," Trips-N-Slim will soon release Parts 2 and 3 of their documentary, "Square Off," a gritty biographical account, that gives viewers an inside look at the rap duo.
On a first approach, the identification systems used in Lowth's preface
to refer to the author and the intended readership focus on the third person, f'u'st person singular and first person plural: