SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1923
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MASTERS AND MEN are prototypes of all such persons There are innumerable artists who I BOOK REVIEWS
(Continued from Page One) everywhere in the world.'
(onvtmimisditr" Dges not all weei h never hoped to be universally under- (Continued from Page Six)
drama present."the otset ahly To make this interpretation entirely stood nor wished to be-Baudelaire, country. A slender volumn of short
specialized situation? t I true, universal understanding of art is DeDebussy, Montaigne. Nevertheless stories, two of which are repeated in
necessary. Must we then accept the . . his latest collection, and translated
III fantastic Tolstovian treaties What Is Baudelaire, is a poet; .so long as
Art and concede that all which is the artist communicates his experi- : by H. D. Lawrence, S. S. Koteliansky,
m Prbablethe artoistwillseizeA tandoence this experience need not be uni-s' and Leonard Woolf, and "The Vil-
most probable: the artist seizes ani ly beautiful must be appreciated byi versal ;lag=", written in 19I0, translated by
experience and makes of it an herit- the washwoman, the street cleaner,an
age of the human race. This heritage and the garbage man? Of course this You may have divined by now that Isabel F. Iapgood, are the only other
becomes a means by which we may I appears quite as ridiculous as the I decline to accept the statement "Art works by which we know him. In
understand all experience. To go! democratic illusion that any man can expresses the universal" for this most 'The village," the author's aversion
deeply into one art is to understand do anything, will he but try. Un- obvious reason that it does not con- to village lire reach s its climax In
the stormy days of the abortive revs-
all; for I believe that everything when doubtedly this dogma is contrary to sistently do so-as .I have attempted lItion, 1e seas only hideous instincts,
adequately expressed becomes the all aestisetic appreciation. I feel that to demonstrate. ' ,-savajr;', brutality and greet.
symbol of all else of its kind. In a great part in the enjoyment of art The only hope that I can-see of ever. Dorothy Kamin.
colloquial terms and in thought one is lies in the relative unental superiority justifying the assertion his that a -_ --
prone to allow great creation to stind thet one is apt to feel in grasping the Brandes shall rise from the people "En attrapant du temps, a tout on
as -symbols. 'Spring' may represent inent' of some abstruse work. Does who can interpret for them in lucid reretie"
for us the whole of Cortot's work.' ;ne-'reay love art that has become and attractive words this glorious her- in gaining tine ye remedy every-
Hamlet, Eugeny Onegin, Uriah Heep, hackneyed? I think not.' itage of beauty. '..-.:; thing.-Moliere. from "Tartuffe."
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