By Charles Lamb
A rapturous appreciation of beef crackling, a touching description of hungry London chimney sweeps, a dialogue of the unusual excitement of consuming pineapple and a meditation at the delights of Christmas feasting are only a number of the topics of those own, playful writings from early nineteenth-century essayist Charles Lamb.
Exploring the fun of nutrients and likewise our complex social courting with it, those essays are via turns sensuous, mischievous, lyrical and self-mocking. packed with a feeling of starvation, they're the most interesting and nuanced works ever written approximately consuming, ingesting and urge for food.
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It passes unnoticed, and it is the result which counts. When extend my hand in order to take up my pen, I have only a fleeting and obscure consciousness of my gesture; it is the pen which I see. Thus, man is I alienated by his ends. Poetry reverses the relationship: the world and things become inessential, become a pretext for the act which becomes its own end. The vase is there so that the girl may perform the graceful act of filling it; War, so that Hector and Achilles may engage in that heroic combat.
IS method is a man who of secondary action has chosen a cer- which we may call action by disclosure. It is therefore permissible to ask him this second question: "What aspect of the world do you want to disclose? " The "engaged knows that words are action. He knows that to reveal is to change and that one can reveal only by planning to He has given up the impossible dream of giving an impartial picture of Society and the human condition. change. Man being toward whom no being can be impartial, not even God.
Thus, contemporary writers should be advised to deliver messages, that voluntarily to limit their writing to the involuntary expression of their souls. I say involuntary because the dead, from Montaigne to Rimis, baud, have painted themselves completely, but without it is something they have simply having meant to thrown into the bargain. The surplus which they have given us unintentionally should be the primary and professed goal of living writers. They are not to be forced to give us confessions without any dressing, nor are they abandon themselves to the too-naked lyricism of the romantics.