If you live a daily life and it is all yours, and you come to own everything outside your daily life besides and it is all yours, you naturally begin to explain. You naturally continue describing your daily life which is all yours, and you naturally begin to explain how you own everything else besides. You naturally begin to explain that to yourself and you naturally begin to explain it to those living your daily life who own it with you, everything outside, and you naturally explain it in a kind of way to some of those whom you own.
- "What is English Literature", Gertrude Stein
Between the set text (Ian Watt, Raymond Williams) and the seasoning (Steven Moore), ENGL1061 "Introduction to the Novel" students, I hope you've taken note.