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During his lifetime, Somerset Maugham became one of the most popular and successful authors in the English language. He is still read and remembered for works such as Of Human Bondage, The Razor's Edge, and his many outstanding short stories. William F. Smith explores, in detail, exactly how Somerset Maugham's fiction was written. The value of this kind of study is immense. It gives readers a solid foundation, untainted by the social and political agendas found in contemporary English departments, on which to base their own understanding of both Maugham's work and of the writing process in general.
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