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" Quincey's method) into two classes, — the literature of knowledge, and the literature of power. The first class contains the handbooks on rods and tackle, the directions how to angle for different kinds of fish, and the guides to various fishingresorts.... "
The works of Henry Van Dyke - Page 139
by Henry Van Dyke - 1920
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The Congregational Review, Volume 7

Theology - 1867
...and a cistern which contains no more than what has been poured into it. De Quincy divides literature into two classes; the literature of knowledge and the literature of power. "The function of the first is to teach; the function of the second is to move. The first is a rudder, the...
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A System of Rhetoric: By C. W. Bardeen

Charles William Bardeen - English language - 1884 - 673 pages
...logic, conviction, — of grammar, signiflcancy. • — CoLEnrooE. DC Quincey divide* all literature into two classes— the literature of knowledge and the literature of power. The function of the first U to teach ; the function of the second is to move. For the beat definition which...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, Volume 38

Medicine - 1894
...was also indirectly a contributor to their own literature, Thomas de Quincey, had divided literature into two classes — the literature of knowledge and the literature of power, the one appealing to the understanding, and the other to the aesthetic emotions. Their own literature was...
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, Volume 38

Health & Fitness - 1894
...was also indirectly a contributor to their own literature, Thomas de Quincey, had divided literature into two classes — the literature of knowledge and the literature of power, the one appealing to the understanding, and the other to the testhetic emotions. Their own literature was...
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Fisherman's Luck: And Some Other Uncertain Things

Henry Van Dyke - American poetry - 1899 - 247 pages
...Nor is this literature altogether composed of dry and technical treatises, interesting only to 134 the confirmed anglimaniac, or to the young novice...contains the handbooks on rods and tackle, the directions bow to angle for different kinds of fish, and the guides to various fishing-resorts. The weakness of...
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The Wellesley College Magazine, Volume 8

1899
...characterization of his work than his own words. In his essay on "Fishing in Books" he classifies books on angling into two classes — the literature of knowledge, and the literature of power. In the first class he puts guide-books and instructions in fishing. The second class, to which I assign...
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The Wellesley Magazine: Published Monthly from Oct. to June by the ..., Volume 8

Education - 1899
...of his work than his own words. In his essay on "Fishing in Books " he classifies books on angling into two classes — the literature of knowledge, and the literature of power. In the first class he puts guide-books and instructions in fishing. The second class, to which I assign...
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The confessions of an English opium eater: being an extract from the life of ...

Thomas De Quincey - Authors, English - 1900 - 211 pages
...the sentences, they harmonise with certain phases of emotion." 1 De Qnincey has divided literature into two classes: the literature of knowledge and the literature of power. It is to this latter class that his own writings belong; and they belong to it, not because they show...
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Fisherman's Luck: And Some Other Uncertain Things

Henry Van Dyke - 1901 - 245 pages
...a quiet tune." Walton has been quoted even more than any of the writers whom he quotes. It would be difficult, even if it were not ungrateful, to write...contains the handbooks on rods and tackle, the directions bow to angle for different kinds of fish, and the guides to various fishing-resorts. The weakness of...
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Fisherman's luck, and some other uncertain things

Henry Van Dyke - 1905 - 283 pages
...library of Mr. Dean Sage, of Albany, who himself has contributed an admirable book on The Ristlgouche. Nor is this literature altogether composed of dry...these books is that they soon fall out of date, as the manufacture of tackle is improved, the art of angling refined, and the fish in once-famous waters are...
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