"The Relation of Literature to Life" by Charles Dudley Warner was prepared and delivered at universities as an introductory course of five lectures that insisted on the value of literature in common life. Consequently, the most remunerative method of studying literature is to study the people for whom it was produced. This book doesn't just analyze writers, but their time periods and how their work can be related to real-life situations.
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