Methods of Authors
by Hugo Erichsen
Publisher: WP Co 1894
Number of pages: 170
Contents include: Eccentricities in Composition; Care in Literary Production; Speed in Writing; Influence upon Writers of Time and Place; Writing under Difficulties; Aids to Inspiration - Favorite Habits of Work; Goethe, Dickens, Schiller, and Scott; Burning Midnight Oil; Literary Partnership; Anonymity in Authorship; System in Novel Writing; Traits of Musical Composers; The Hygiene of Writing; A Humorist's Regimen.
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