Points of View

Author: W. Somerset Maugham

Eclectic and illuminating, these essays are the last that Maugham published. Ranging from an appreciation of Goethe’s novels, to an encounter with an Indian holy man, with a considered analysis of the form at which Maugham himself excelled – the short story – they present the enduring views and opinions of this eminent writer…..Read More

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