Daniel Martin by John Fowles
Book critics have gripes, and here’s one of mine: novels are too much like movies. They emphasize the visual, even though the medium of the novel should be the imagination, the psyche, the inner truth behind the outside image. I made a list once of the great psychological novelists, and noticed they were all dead. Roll over Dostoevsky, and give Henry Ja…
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