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Artist derives satisfaction opposite from the very process of creating, of or making something, without regard for the work of art in which his creative processes terminate. an We do not say that does not enjoy his artistry in process the more if he thinks that a great work of art will result from it artist Artists probably share the illusions and ambitions 21 NECESSARY DISTINCTIONS of other finished, human beings. But until the he does not know whether it work of will art is be great or small and many amateur artists have a fakly definite suspicion that it will never be more than the result of a pleasant occupation.

The artist found his work of art useful. ) 4) I have found Paradise Lost useful, i. , the observer found the artist's work of art useful. ) 5) Milton enjoyed * composing Paradise Lost, his artist work of enjoyed producing value of the artistry from the 6) Milton's daughters watching him compose 1 A nobler word can be it; or i. artist's art. i. , the else enjoyed the observer enjoyed substituted for ''enjoyed*', if preferred. NECESSARY DISTINCTIONS 27 watching the artist producing his work of art.

One particular from a modern writer in the took plots which were traditional and members of his audience. His inven- familiar to all the tion lay in the field of poetry, in character delineation, in making the tragic outcome explicable. Therefore the element of surprise could not enter into his work, for like his characters, for that matter knew his audience in advance how the play was going to turn out. religious ritual in that respect; the like It was cere- marriage of the Anglican Church, or the celebration of the Mass, can contain no element of surprise, yet their effect mony may be electric tators of we can never entirely were.

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