Moral Poison in Modern Fiction
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Moral Poison in Modern Fiction

By Reginald Brimley Johnson
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  • MORAL POISON IN MODERN FICTION
  • CONTENTS
  • FOREWORD
  • I "THEY STRUGGLED ALONG LIKE THE REST OF THEIR YOUNG WORLD, THE EYE FOR THE EYE, THE TOOTH FOR THE TOOTH, LUST AND LOVING ALIKE ONLY IN RETURN FOR LOVING AND LUST."
  • II THEN CAME THE WAR!
  • III BECAUSE WHILE THEY LIVED VIOLENTLY, YOUTH ALSO THOUGHT HARD.
  • IV WHAT, THEN, WERE THE NEW MORAL PROBLEMS, WHAT WAS THE FRANK OUTLOOK, RAISED AND ADOPTED BEFORE THE WAR?
  • V THE "SPADE" IDEAL IN FICTION
  • VI NOVELS OF "GAY LIFE," WITH THE PROSTITUTE HEROINE, ARE, QUITE OBVIOUSLY, STRONG MORAL INTOXICANTS.
  • VII WHAT DO THE "NEW" WRITERS AND THINKERS TO-DAY ACTUALLY TEACH? HOW DO THEY INTERPRET LIFE AND LOVE?
  • VIII WHAT, THEN, IS THIS NEW LOVE? IT IS SEX-CONFLICT.
  • IX WHO IS THE "IDEAL" MISTRESS?
  • X HERE ARE TWO PICTURES OF FREE LOVE!
  • XI HAVE WE ALREADY FORGOTTEN THE NATURAL LOYALTY OF YOUTH. HOW ARE WE PAYING—OUR DEBT TO THEM?
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