Look Homeward,Angel

2020-10-25

"Then, as all my soules bee, Emparadis'd in you, (in whom alone I understand, and grow and see,)


The rafters of my body, bone Being still with you, the Muscle, Sinew, and Veine, Which tile this


house, will come againe."


TO THE READER


This is a first book, and in it the author has written of experience which is now far and lost, but


which was once part of the fabric of his life. If any reader, therefore, should say that the book is


"autobiographical" the writer has no answer for him: it seems to him that all serious work in fiction is


autobiographical-- that, for instance, a more autobiographical work than "Gulliver's Travels" cannot


easily be imagined.


This note, however, is addressed principally to those persons whom the writer may have known in


the period covered by these pages. To these persons, he would say what he believes they understand


already: that this book was written in innocence and nakedness of spirit, and that the writer's main


concern was to give fulness, life, and intensity to the actions and people in the book he was creating.


Now that it is to be published, he would insist that this book is a fiction, and that he meditated no


man's portrait here.


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