William Dean Howells
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Zola embodied his ideal inadequately, as every man who embodies an ideal must. His realism was his creed, which he tried to make his deed; but, before his fight was ended, and almost before he began to forebode it a losing fight, he began to feel and to say (for to feel, with that most virtuous and voracious spirit, implied saying) that he was too much a romanticist by birth and tradition, to exemplify realism in his work.
- Category: Fiction & Literature
- Published: 01 January 1864
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 16 Pages
- Language: English