The effort of every novelist, and the demand of all but the most porcinely voracious of novel readers, is for as true and complete a representation of human nature as the insight and skill of the novelist enable him to compass. -- p. 563 of H.D. Traill's, The Novel of Manners, pp. 561-576 in The Nineteenth Century, a Monthly Review, Vol. 18, No. CI, 1885, edited by James Knowles.