Northrop Frye Quote

Writers don't seem to benefit much by the advance of science, although they thrive on superstitions of all kinds.


Talk 1, The Motive For Metaphor, p. 7 - The Educated Imagination (1963)

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Writers don't seem to benefit much by the advance of science, although they thrive on superstitions of all kinds.

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Writers don't seem to benefit much by the advance of science, although they thrive on superstitions of all kinds.

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Writers don't seem to benefit much by the advance of science, although they thrive on superstitions of all kinds.

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Writers don't seem to benefit much by the advance of science, although they thrive on superstitions of all kinds.