An Encyclopaedia of the New Literature


"CONFESSION: Autobiography regarded as a form of prose fiction, or prose fiction cast in the form of autobiography."

"ENCYCLOPAEDIC FORM: A genre presenting an anagogic form of symbolism, such as a sacred scripture, or its analogues in other modes. The term includes the Bible, Dante's 'Commedia', the great epics, and the works of Joyce and Proust." - Dr. Northrop Frye, 'Anatomy of Criticism'


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"Hail, O Ye 42 Judges of the Afterlife, I make my Negative Confession, of the sins and crimes I did not commit in Life."

-  'Egyptian Book of the Dead'