Henry James Quote

There is, I think, no more nutritive or suggestive truth... than that of the perfect dependence of the "moral" sense of a work of art on the amount of felt life concerned in producing it. The question comes back thus, obviously, to the kind and the degree of the artist's prime sensibility, which is the soil out of which his subject springs.


The Portrait of a Lady. - Prefaces (1907-1909)

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There is, I think, no more nutritive or suggestive truth... than that of the perfect dependence of the moral sense of a work of art on the amount of...

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There is, I think, no more nutritive or suggestive truth... than that of the perfect dependence of the moral sense of a work of art on the amount of...

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There is, I think, no more nutritive or suggestive truth... than that of the perfect dependence of the moral sense of a work of art on the amount of...

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There is, I think, no more nutritive or suggestive truth... than that of the perfect dependence of the moral sense of a work of art on the amount of...