The Difficult Art of Living
by Laurence Sears - 1936
WHEN William Morris spoke of "the romance of each day's hard practice of the difficult art of living," he summed up an ideal of the good life, which is at least as old as the Greeks. Throughout the history of ancient and modern thought there have been those who have seen in art both the pattern and the goal of satisfying living, who have found therein not only a clear picture of what experience is, but a foretaste of what it might be.
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