Case 14
Educated Imagination

“I have been called, very generously, a scholar, and ideally there is no difference between a scholar and a teacher.  But in practice there is a good deal of difference at least in emphasis.  I think all my books have been teaching books rather than scholarly books:  I keep reformulating the same central questions, trying to put them into a form to which some reader or student will respond:  ‘Yes, now I get it’.”

Northrop Frye, Divisions on a Ground.
Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1982.