George Henry Lewes Quote: “All bad Literature rests upon imperfect…”

All bad Literature rests upon imperfect insight, or upon imitation, which may be defined as seeing at second-hand.

George Henry Lewes


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Name: George Henry Lewes
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: English
Birthday: April 18, 1817
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