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Unformatted text preview: but it belongs by itself, a separate reality, a world apartA work of fiction, a poem, that is literature, that is art, can only be itself, it can never substitute for anything else (Winterson, 35). As creatures of habit, the more we can remove from our immediate consciousness the better. To read something that gives us a certain satisfaction and a certain pleasure, even if its manner and its method ismore acceptable than grappling with the new (Winterson, 39) Once there, if the arrangement of the room is unfamiliar and the fabric strange, reflect that at least it is new, and that is what you say you want (Winterson, 43). Contrary to the bohemian stereotype, the true artist is highly organized and must constantly select and order her material choosing only that which can be shaped to an ultimate purpose (Winterson, 98). The Waves is not an easy book to master but it never tires and it never fades (Winterson, 99)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course WRITING 101 taught by Professor Jabaker during the Spring '11 term at NYU.
- Spring '11
- Jane Eyre, Jane Eyre