The Creators - Part 11, Sections 57-60 Summary & Analysis

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Part 11, Sections 57-60 Summary and Analysis

Book 3: Creating the Self begins with two quotes: one by Emile Zola in 1886 about the fact that man stopped believing in God but not his own immortality, and the other by Arthur Koestler in 1964, which states creativity is a new type of learning where the teacher and the pupil are the same person. At this point, man finally learns to celebrate the uniqueness of each person.

Part 11: The Vanguard Word is introduced by a quote that man is half himself and half his expression by Ralph Waldo Emerson in "The Poet" from 1844. Section 57: Inventing the Essay claims it was centuries before authors of Western literature were themselves in their writing. Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) published "Essays" in 1580, and his book before the model for the most popular, influential and widely imitated form of nonfiction. The essay became...

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