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“I think T.S. Eliot called him the greatest prose writer of his generation. He took time off from painting and fiction to write some philosophical books, and this is the greatest of them. It’s very complicated, in some ways an argument against modernism and the idea of progress in the arts. One of the great dissenting opinions on Western culture. It explains everything.” - Glenn O'Brien, as told to Andy Comer.
- An expose of the modern philosophy of Time and the 'historical' and literary tendencies of the doctrine.
- Publisher Chatto and Windus, London 1927.
- Printed in Great Britain, T. And A. Constable Ltd. at the University Press Edinburgh.
- 21s net unclipped on inside cover.
- Back index.
- Good condition with some soiling and fading throughout.
- Hard cover.
Brand: Vintage Books
Material: Hard Cover