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eBook The Literary Fallacy (The Patten lectures) ePub

by Bernard Augustine De Voto

  • ISBN: 080460519X
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Bernard Augustine De Voto
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Associated Faculty Pr Inc; New impression edition (June 1, 1944)
  • Pages: 186
  • ePub book: 1272 kb
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This book consists of lectures which I delivered on the Patten Foundation at Indiana University in March, 1943. In preparing them for publication I have considerably expanded a preliminary statement which was part of the first lecture and have set it off as Chapter I. I have also eliminated a number of expressions required by platform delivery, and have supplied footnotes to two chapters which were tolerably close-packed without them

Bernard Augustine De Voto is an American historian, critic, essayist, biographer, novelist, and short story writer.

Bernard Augustine De Voto is an American historian, critic, essayist, biographer, novelist, and short story writer. He is chiefly remembered for three volumes of American history, The Year of Decision: 1846, Across the Wide Missouri, and The Course of Empire. From 1920-1921, Bernard Augustine De Voto taught history at Ogden Junior High School. Then, he obtained a teaching position at Northwestern University in Chicago. There, in 1924, he published his first novel, The Crooked Mile.

Bernard Augustine De Voto was born in 11 January 1897 Bernard Augustine DeVoto was an American historian . Find and Load Ebook The literary fallacy.

Bernard Augustine De Voto was born in 11 January 1897 Bernard Augustine DeVoto was an American historian and author who specialized in the history of the American West. The Year of Decision 1846. to provide you with the opportunity to download it for free.

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De Voto, Bernard Augustine. He taught at Northwestern Univ. 1922–27) and then at Harvard (1929–36). His most important writing was in the field of American history and literature. See biography by W. Stegner (1974).

Bernard De Voto, American novelist, journalist, historian, and critic, best known for his works on American literature and the history of the Western frontier. After attending the University of Utah and Harvard University (. 1920), De Voto taught at Northwestern University (1922–27) and Harvard. Thank you for your feedback.

The character of Augustine’s thought is distinctly religious, rather than purely philosophical; the discussion of certain . A problem of particular concern to Augustine is how we come to know the universal necessary eternal truths described by Plato and the Neoplatonists.

The character of Augustine’s thought is distinctly religious, rather than purely philosophical; the discussion of certain philosophical problems is not that of the disinterested academic, but has the overriding purpose of identifying the path to the attainment of blessedness or beatitude. This does not mean that what is true is crudely identified with whatever makes one happy; it is rather the other way around: knowledge of truths will make one happy.